Debt Collection Agency for Small Business

Using a debt collection agency to recover outstanding debt, can help fast track the recoveries process. When we contact the customer on your behalf, it signals to them that you have been willing to escalate the matter further in order to recover the money owing to you. Many customers will, on being contacted by a debt collection agency, prefer to pay up at once, simply to avoid the inconvenience and potential legal consequences of ignoring the debt. When it reaches this point, the business who is owed the money (the creditor) is often well beyond the point of wishing to retain any kind of relationship with their indebted customer.

If you would like us to help you to recover a debt owed to your business, simply fill out the below form and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.

 

Debt Collection Agency for Small Business

Using a debt collection agency to recover outstanding debt, can help fast track the recoveries process. When we contact the customer on your behalf, it signals to them that you have been willing to escalate the matter further in order to recover the money owing to you. Many customers will, on being contacted by a debt collection agency, prefer to pay up at once, simply to avoid the inconvenience and potential legal consequences of ignoring the debt. When it reaches this point, the business who is owed the money (the creditor) is often well beyond the point of wishing to retain any kind of relationship with their indebted customer.

If you would like us to help you to recover a debt owed to your business, simply fill out the below form and we’ll be in touch with you shortly.

 

Construction Work Related Debt

If the debt relates to recent work completed under a construction contract, then you may be able to make a payment claim under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW). This Act can be used to claim payments for all kinds of construction related work, including the supply of materials, and even consulting services. Note that States other than NSW have similar laws and processes in place to deal with construction services related debt. The process for making claims under the Act includes key deadlines and time-frames which both the claimant (you) and the respondent (the debtor) must adhere to. Debtors who fail to respond to payment claims submitted under this Act, can find themselves liable for the full amount claimed by the creditor.

 

Construction Work Related Debt

If the debt relates to recent work completed under a construction contract, then you may be able to make a payment claim under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW). This Act can be used to claim payments for all kinds of construction related work, including the supply of materials, and even consulting services. Note that States other than NSW have similar laws and processes in place to deal with construction services related debt. The process for making claims under the Act includes key deadlines and time-frames which both the claimant (you) and the respondent (the debtor) must adhere to. Debtors who fail to respond to payment claims submitted under this Act, can find themselves liable for the full amount claimed by the creditor.