You work hard, you deserve to get paid.
Yet, all businesses will, at some time or another, face the prospect of not being paid. Our expert team will work with you to assess, firstly, whether the debt is worth pursuing and then the various methods of collecting from simple letters all the way through to issuing formal demands for payment and petitioning for the debtor’s bankruptcy.
How much the debt is and who the debtor is will go some way in determining your options. We aim to maximise the amount you can recover – considering at all times expenditure in chasing the debt.
We do this regularly, so we have a network of other businesses we work closely with including process servers and high court enforcement officers.
If recovering debt in full is not viable, we are successful in coming up with negotiated solutions that maximise the amount we recover.
We can offer advice on a range of options for our clients once they have a judgement against their debtor, these might include for instance using enforcement officers or getting a charging order over the debtor’s property.
Wherever the debtor is, our team has experience in successfully recovering debts from all corners of the earth. We once recovered debt from a Vietnamese airline.
For details about our pricing please see our Fees page.
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