Haulage Debt Collection

Debt Collection for the Haulage Industry

The haulage and logistics industry is a leviathan of the British Economy and helps form the backbone of business in the United Kingdom. Tied, as it is, so closely with the general state of the economy, the fortunes of companies in the sector are relatively volatile when compared with othe

Haulage Debt Collection

Debt Collection for the Haulage Industry

The haulage and logistics industry is a leviathan of the British Economy and helps form the backbone of business in the United Kingdom. Tied, as it is, so closely with the general state of the economy, the fortunes of companies in the sector are relatively volatile when compared with othe

Posted by FedMan on May 12th, 2017

Debt Collection Agency for Architects and Surveyors

Unpaid survey Fees, No payment received for plans drawn up etc
Any business involving property development can involve significant sums of money and as in any line of work, there can be occasions when the problem of non payment arises. The complex nature of the construction industry also means that minor disputes often go

Posted by FedMan on May 10th, 2017

These simple steps will boost your Business profits

Operating a Business in current economic times is more difficult than ever however there are ‘smart’ choices you can make that are total game changers in terms of profitability.
Making sure that your invoices are paid on time is a difficult task, even at the best of times. For businesses that don’t require payment

Posted by FedMan on May 9th, 2017

Debt Collection for the Building Trade

Chasing an outstanding debt in the building Trade can be a tricky problem to tackle, particularly as builders and suppliers alike tend to have longstanding relationships with their clients. However, it is important to set a precedent when it comes to late payment and having a clear and consistent method of chasing unpaid invoices will go a long way to achieving that.

Posted by FedMan on April 27th, 2017

Recovering Debt from Overseas Customers

Late paying customers and clients can represent a headache for any business, large or small. In the case of the smaller enterprise, a cash flow crisis can quickly turn into something far more serious so regardless of the location of your customer, it is imperative that it is tackled quickly and efficiently.
While there is a

Posted by FedMan on April 25th, 2017

What to do when a client does not pay

In High street retail and most ‘point of sale’ businesses, purchases are settled upfront. In this instance, if a payment does not go through then the customer just doesn’t get the product. It is that easy.

However, most of those not in this sphere of industry operate on a ‘goods and services first – invoice after’ basis. Typically speaking, depending of course on what businesses we’re talking about, customers are given 30, 60 or 90 days to settle their invoices.

Posted by FedMan on April 20th, 2017

Why you should only be using a Professional Debt Collection Agency

Every day we hear of the problems caused when the least savvy business people opt for the ‘cheapest or a dodgy ‘no win – no fee’ option when it comes to instructing a Debt Collection Agency(DCA).
It is a simple fact that as with any sector or industry,not all Debt Collection Agencies are the same! There are some good and some bad and some very bad.

Posted by FedMan on April 7th, 2017

5 smart tips for collecting overdue Business invoices

If you are in business, then in all probability, you will have experienced late-paying customers or even customers that point blank refuse to pay anything at all. A recent study conducted by the National Federation of Independent business revealed that over 60% of small businesses have outstanding invoices that are at least 60 days old.

Posted by FedMan on April 4th, 2017

“Take action to collect owed Monies or put your Company at risk”

 
Experts are sending out the message to take action to “Collect owed monies or put your company at risk”.
More than ever, businesses are failing due to the very solvable issue of unpaid business invoices. According to R3, a leading UK trade insolvency trade organisation, almost a quarter of firms that went out

Posted by FedMan on March 22nd, 2017

Debt Collection for Small Businesses

Small businesses and sole traders rely on a steady inflow of cash from their customers to remain afloat. All it takes is a few customers to start dragging their heels on payment and a small enterprise can find itself unable to meet its own obligations.
So, if you are in this situation yourself –

Posted by FedMan on March 20th, 2017