Moon Twp, PA (PressExposure) August 14, 2009 -- If you own or manage a business and have invoiced your customers for products or services rendered and have had a hard time collecting your accounts receivable then a commercial collection agency could be a good fit for your business.
A commercial debt collection agency can work on your behalf to contact your customers that are behind on paying their invoices.
When the debt is owed to your business, it is possible to lose sight of reality while trying to collect this money. Some feel that when they hire a commercial collection agency that they are instantly going to make their debtors lives miserable, and eventually be able to take everything that they own away from them to pay for the debt. But, that is not how the system works.
Commercial collection agencies charge a fee, or take a percentage of the collected money as a fee for a series of actions that are designed to have the creditor pay his debt willingly. When these actions do not work, the commercial collection agency will put the person who is owed money into contact with an attorney for the purpose of filing a law suit. This suit will often end in an order that allows for garnished wages or attached assets.
If the commercial collection agency costs are getting to be too high, tell your commercial collection agency that you are done with the project. It is your job to decide when to stop trying to collect the debt owing to you, not the agencies. Commercial collection agencies will continue to try to collect money for you and run up fees until you tell them to stop.
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