Recovery Specialists in your Industry
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.
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.
We understand how precious our clients time is when chasing overdue accounts. By the time you are even considering outsourcing your debt recovery you may have been chasing your debt for months.
Whilst filming for ITN and CICM’s documentary “Credit Champions” one of our larger clients was interviewed to give her opinion about how effective and successful our service has been over her 10 years of using Darcey Quigley & Co.
Perception has been an issue that Darcey Quigley need to deal with on a daily basis. Over the years our industry has been given a bad name due to unregulated debt recovery companies keeping a hold of client’s money, taking upfront payments from clients, signing people into long term contracts without them knowing etc.
This is an age-old debate between the legal sector and commercial debt recovery which has been ongoing for years. Both approaches promise to recover debts however the approach, timescales and costs vary considerably.
With over 10 years of experience chasing late payers and bad debtors in the Commercial Debt Recovery industry, Darcey Quigley have heard it all. Having recovered millions of pounds of overdue accounts around the world we have experienced our fair share of weird and wonderful excuses for non-payment. With over 20 years of industry experience our Senior Credit Management Consultant, Pamela...
Darcey Quigley and Co, a commercial debt recovery specialist are one of four finalists for “Collections and Recovery Service Provider of the Year” at the flagship annual Credit Awards, due to take place in London on the 17th May 2018. Darcey Quigley will be competing alongside major brands British Gas, Shell, E.on, Sky, Bank of Ireland, 3, Virgin Money, Tesco Bank, Blackhorse and the Cabinet...