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Debt recovery may not be high up on the list of things to do of a busy company. In fact, a small business may lack the required time and personnel to chase behind their late payers – which can have a devastating effect on the cash flow of the business. This is exactly why our company was established; by providing you with our debt recovery services we essentially become an extension of your business, saving you valuable personnel time and money.

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.


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We can seamlessly escalate your unpaid accounts with the assistance of our highly professional debt recovery service. By incorporating continuity and utilising the benefit of our extensive experience into your debt collection process, your cash flow problems will soon disappear.

“In a formal debtor-creditor relationship, there is a legal contract between the two parties.”

We will tailor our debt recovery packages to meet your needs. In fact, we will give you the options and let you select the best method of pursuing your debtors.

Our professional team of debt collectors can take charge of your accounts receivable fully or partly, or we can operate on a one-off project basis. Together will find the right solution for your particular requirements, including what part of the accounts receivable process you would like to outsource and at what stage you would like to commence. We have the lowest commission rates in the region of any monies recovered. It may depend at which stage the account is passed 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.




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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. Most of the time, a debtor will not pay you for many reasons – such as not receiving the invoice, cash flow issues, insolvency issues, debt disputes, and various other situations.

Creditors also have the right to demand that debtors repay the debt. A successful lawsuit will often lead to a court order that binds the debtor to pay the debt. This court order makes the debtor legally responsible for paying the debt and adds to the creditor’s collection efforts. In some cases, a creditor may even have to take control of the debtor’s collateral. This can be property or real estate.”

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 numerous options we can offer at this point, all of which are explained including the pros and cons of each option; therefore, you can be clear of the procedure to follow.

On the other hand, you could offer us parameters and we will operate within these guidelines to collect the debt for your business.


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“If a business is in danger of going into liquidation, creditors can seek a court order to force the business into liquidation. Courts consider several factors, including the size of the creditor’s debt in relation to the size of the business and the effect of forced liquidation on other owners. Small businesses are more likely to go through this process than larger, multiple-owner companies.”

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