When to Submit an Account?
Especially in these rough economic times, many businesses have past due accounts that adversely affect their performance. You may wonder, “When is it time to hand your past due account to a collector to handle?” Ask yourself these questions, and if you answer yes to any of them, it may just be time to seek help from a professional.
Does your debtor threaten to file complaints against you? Does your debtor slander you about your workmanship or your product? Does your debtor ignore your phone calls or letters? Does your debtor make promises he doesn’t keep? Does your debtor have other business names he might be going under? Has your debtor told you he is going to or has filed bankruptcy? Has your debtor moved without notifying you? Are you unable to get in touch with the debtor in any way? Has your debtor written or continues to write bad checks? Does your debtor continually stop payments? Is your debtor becoming increasingly harder to work with? Is a lot of time being spent attempting to retrieve the debt? Does your debtor debate the amount owed? Does your debtor continually give excuses or try to talk their way out of paying for the debt? Does your debtor continually make unfounded complaints about your product or service in order to get out of paying?
Is your debtor taking your kindness for weakness? Nice guys finish last, no need for you to get aggressive with them, let us take care of business for you!
Benjamin, Chaise & Associates has the tenacity and skill set needed to get the results you need. We use investigative measures and are well versed in the “fraudulent transfer act” which would allow you to pierce a corporate veil if your debtor has changed company names to not pay you. We specialize in these areas, and many more, allowing you the ability to relax and focus on your business while we get you the hard earned money you deserve, and your peace of mind knowing that if it ever happens again, you know exactly how to get it back without breaking the bank or your head.