AMICABLE DEBT COLLECTION
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AMICABLE DEBT COLLECTION
DO YOU HAVE A DEBTOR?
We carry out debt collection at the expense of the debtor.
We deal with domestic (throughout the country) and international (within the EU) debt collection for:
- service and supply invoices
- loan agreements, lease agreements of premises
- verbal agreements
- employment contracts
- non-performance of a contract, advance payments, contractual penalties
- post adjudication cases
- time-barred cases
Soft debt collection - in relation to a debtor who is late with payment, but with whom you plan further cooperation.
Hard debt collection - with reference to a debtor, with whom you do not plan further cooperation
Did you know that...
87% of cases commissioned to us end with the repayment of receivables?
74% of our clients recover their receivables within 7 days?
HOW DO WE DO IT?
We are a leader in the debt recovery industry and have a vast array of effective debt collection tools at our disposal. The scope of our actions towards the debtor primarily includes:
- Sending summonses for payment
- Sending letters with information about the legal consequences
- Telephone calls from professional debt collectors
- Daily sending of text messages with information about the consequences
- Placing the debtor in the debt register
- Placing a debtor on a debt exchange
- Economic blockade of a debtor
- We block indebted entrepreneurs from using services with a deferred payment (e.g. at suppliers, wholesalers)
- Contact with the debtor and his environment (family, neighbors, friends)
- Identification and contact with the debtor's contractors
- Field trips to the debtor and his environment
- The use of social media sites (eg Facebook)
- Contact with banks in order to block a debtor's access to financing
- Representation before tax authorities in order to initiate a tax inspection at your debtor
- Conclusion of settlements with the debtor
- Judicial proceedings against the debtor
- Enforcement (bailiff) proceedings
And many other really effective actions, under the pressure of which even the toughest debtor will break, because we will lead to a situation in which the further functioning of your debtor, both in business and in private relationships, will not be possible, which means that in order to return to normalcy - he will have no choice - he will have to give you your money back.
Amicable debt collection
The debt collection process is usually divided into amicable and judicial collection. While the judicial phase seems to be well known, the amicable phase of debt collection sounds very vague. What does it actually consist of? What activities are included in its scope? Find out more about the activities offered by Hadyński Inkaso. Becoming acquainted with the amicable phase of debt collection may turn out to be extremely profitable.
What is amicable debt collection?
Amicable debt collection, also often called “soft”, is usually the best way to recover debts. It allows to solve the problem of repayment without going to court, i.e. without the necessity to file a lawsuit. It is the best solution if you plan further cooperation with your contractor.
The main activities included in the amicable collection process are all types of contacts with the debtor. Their task is to remind the debtor about the debt to be paid, and also to motivate him to meet the deadlines. The essence of these actions is to make the debtor voluntarily settle the debt. This will make it far less expensive to reach a compromise. An important factor here is the partnership relations with the contracting party. Good, previously established contacts will be very helpful in quickly reaching a compromise and smoothly recovering the debt.
It is also a good practice to make gradual calls. Announcements of increasingly serious consequences may bring positive effects. It is also important to remember to implement the announced sanctions consistently. Otherwise the contracting party may stop taking the payment demand seriously.
The course of amicable debt collection
Professional debt collection companies usually begin the process by sending a letter stating that the payment deadline has passed. At the same time, the debtor is informed of the serious consequences, which is supposed to be the first factor motivating him to pay. Often the mere information about the involvement of a professional law firm can do a lot. In the same letter, the creditor sets a new deadline for payment.
This moment is the first opportunity to sign a settlement agreement between the parties. Failure to pay a debt does not always have to be due to bad faith. The debtor may simply not have the funds, despite a sincere desire to repay the obligation. In that case, negotiation is the best thing you can decide on. The payment can then be postponed or divided into installments.
If such a call meets with no response and the debtor is unreachable by phone or e-mail, debt collectors may visit him in person and send another letter. This time, however, it is a warning about the intention to pass information about the debt to the Economic Information Bureau (Biuro Informacji Gospodarczej) or the National Debt Register (Krajowy Rejestr Długów). Visits to the debtor’s place of residence or work in front of co-workers or relatives can have very positive effects.
In order to motivate the debtor, it is also possible to publicize his/her debt on a debt exchange and enter him/her in a database of unreliable contractors. A final method is to file for bankruptcy, which can put the debtor out of business. Not being able to work with others should be an effective incentive to repay the debt.
Moreover, if your debtor is insolvent, a good option is to look for his assets. A discreet check of hitherto unknown properties or shares in companies can be very helpful in the whole process.
These and many other methods will bring even the toughest debtor to the point where continuing to function in both business and personal relationships becomes impossible. The only way back to normalcy for such a debtor will be to break and give your money back.
How long does amicable debt collection take?
It is difficult to exactly define how long the whole process of “soft” actions may take. As you can see, amicable collection consists of many activities. As a result, the process itself may be prolonged and become a considerable burden for entrepreneurs. Therefore, it is worth considering hiring a professional company which will plan each step. If you have a problem with debt recovery, contact us and do not worry about your money any longer.