INSOLVENCY & LAW
Company Debt Recovery...
How to recover overdue debts and invoices quickly
If you've received no payment despite selling a product or delivering a service and rendering an invoice, it's likely that your customer is:
- Trading while insolvent
- On the brink of collapse
- Paying other creditors instead of you
- Exposing you to suffer unnecessary loss
- Using your credit terms as an unsecured, interest-free loan
- Transferring assets into a new business while leaving you and other creditors behind to perish with old company
If any of this sounds, feels or looks familiar, you probably know that it's time to commence debt enforcement action...
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Company Debt Recovery
works on your behalf to collect overdue debts and invoices from late-paying customers
We'll help you to recover debts and significant sums from directors where there is evidence of misfeasance or fraudulent misrepresentation
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Debt recovery and how credit becomes debt
Buyer-supplier relationships are integral in business. In most cases, buyers become debtors by taking goods and services from suppliers who eventually become their creditors.
Debt recovery takes places when a third party works on behalf of a creditor to collect an outstanding sum from a debtor.
Chasing a disputed £50,000 debt may cost around £10,000 and take up to 18 months to litigate, and there's no guarantee your claim will be successful.
However, the Company Debt Recovery provides swifter and more cost-effective solutions.