What our clients say
The Services we provide as B2B Debt Collection in Woking
Debt recovery may not be high up on the list of things to do of a busy company. Because unpaid debt can have a potential knock-on effect to cash flow it is important to address the issue, however, most companies lack the time and personnel to proactively follow up on late payers. That is where our company comes in handy. We are proud to be an extension of your business and recover the debts of your company. That way we will help you save a lot of valuable time and money in the process.
We know the importance of client relationships to your business. That is why our professional debt recovery team strives to resolve your debt issues quickly without causing any damage to the reputation of your company.
If you have accounts that have remained unpaid for a considerable period of time, our debt recovery services can seamlessly accelerate payment from reluctant payers. With our knowledge and extensive experience in the industry, all your cash flow problems are going to become a thing of the past.
Our debt recovery services are customised to each company’s requirements; therefore, we can give you the options and together we develop a plan on how to approach the debtors.
We manage accounts receivable functions partly, fully or via a one-off project basis. Together, we can identify which part and at what stage you would like us to outsource the accounts receivable procedure. Our low commission rates are only charged on monies recovered and the success rate will depend on what stage each individual account is handed over to us. The sooner the problem is passed on to us, the higher the chance of collection and lower our commission will be. It can really be as simple as that.
Our pre-legal collection system is set up to maximise debt collection without having to resort to legal action with solicitors that charge hefty fees by the hour.
Although our proactive approach to debt recovery usually achieves the desired results, we always aim to be open and transparent about our intentions but unfortunately, no matter what they say, this does not always happen. In some cases, debtors will refuse to pay for a number of different reasons, the most common ones being: cash flow is tight; the debt is disputed; the invoice was not received; their circumstances have changed, or they are insolvent.
Our company will establish at the earliest point whether or not the debtor is willing to pay, and will inform you of this fact allowing you to make a sensible decision.
There are various options available to you at this point. We will explain the advantages and disadvantages of each one so that you will have absolute clarity regarding the process that lies ahead.
If you can give us parameters, we are prepared to work within those to collect the outstanding amounts on your behalf.