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Debt Recovery, Commercial, B2B

B2B Debts? We are Commercial Debt Recovery Specialists

"Debt Recovery" - a phrase which creates many perceptions in peoples minds. 

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Debt Recovery, Subcontractor

Are You a Subbie Owed Money?

Are you owed money from completed work and are given the excuse of “my client hasn’t paid me, so I can’t pay you”

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Debt Recovery

Never Used Debt Recovery Before?

Today, many companies are forced to write off thousands of pounds of bad debt every year due to late payers. Small Businesses and sub contractors wrote off a whopping £2.8bn last year in the construction sector alone according to Bibby Financial Services.

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Debt Recovery, International Recovery, Worldwide

International Commercial Debt Recovery

Recovering monies from clients within the UK can be challenging and very time consuming for many businesses and credit control departments.

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Debt Recovery, Disputed Case

Disputed Case

Sometimes recovering payments for goods or services can become complex, especially when there are disputes over invoices, contracts or works completed. After months of going forwards and backwards you can often find yourself in a deadlock situation. These situations are often stressful, draining and time-consuming period for any business.

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Debt Recovery, Late Payer

Is your client a late payer?

Many people in the position of being owed money struggle to ever gain payment and are unaware of the options available to recover outstanding monies owed.

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Debt Recovery, SME, Small Businesses

The importance for SMEs to have a great debt recovery agent

Being an SME ourselves we understand the importance of cash flow, getting paid and retaining clients. However, when a client doesn’t pay it can have a detrimental effect on your business.

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Debt Recovery, Bad Debtor

Is your client a bad debtor?

A bad debtor is a word that people loosely use to describe someone who do not pay their debts. However, Darcey Quigley & Co believe that this term only describes a small percentage of companies with outstanding invoices.

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