The application of systematic pressure on debtors using all legal means so that they are made continually aware of their debt. Correspondence by post, by telephone and meetings in person with debtors depending on how their approach to their debt.
Setting up repayment calendars and systematic supervision of how debtors adhere to these.
Personal contact with debtors in relation to personal collection of payments for creditors.
The option of taking collection in-kind, rather than in the form of money (valuables, real estate, securities etc.), subject to agreement with the client. In such case, the client itself conducts an audit of the payment-in-kind on offer.
Timescale of debt recovery
The client is able to determine the timescale of debt recovery itself in the contract of mandate. Our standard practice, a method that has served us well in the past, is to enter into a contract of mandate for an indeterminate period, with the timescale set for individual claims laid down in power of attorney at nine months. This time limit does not mean that the claim will not be recovered until after this time – it simply reflects the possibilities of the repayment regime. The employee in charge of your case will be able to provide you with information about the timescale of recovering your claim after his/her first contacts with the debtor.
We never promise our clients a specific date by which their claims will be recovered because it always depends on how the debtor approaches the situation.
The employee in charge of your case will be able to provide you with information about the timescale of recovering your claim after his/her first contacts with the debtor.
What we need from you to be able to do our work
Material that convincingly documents the legitimacy of your claim. (Only copies required.)
confirmed delivery notes;
documents regarding the handover and acceptance of things or work;
bills of exchange and promissory notes;
acknowledgement of the debt;
payment orders issued by the court and final judgments.
Information about the debtor, in particular:
the current addresses of the companies of debtors;
the current private addresses of debtors;
telephone contacts to and the names of contact persons;
any information about the debtor that can help track him down or identify him.
Of course, we only require such documents to the extent that you are able to provide them.
We do not accept materials and claims from companies that are undergoing bankruptcy procedure or that are in liquidation.
We do not accept work in relation to persons that are currently being criminally prosecuted in related cases.
We do not accept cases for which the legal time limit for action has already passed.