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Debt Collection for Freelancers in the UK

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According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS), as of March 2017, there were over 4.7 million people in self-employed work in the UK, which represents a whopping 15% of the total workforce. Freelancing has fast become an attractive option to many due to the flexibility it affords.

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Enforcing a County Court Judgment

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There are many stages along the road of litigation when it comes to recovering debts and one of the most significant is the point at which a county court judgement (CCJ) has been obtained against the debtor, meaning that the law of the land has ruled in your favour and monies need to paid to settle the account.

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Debt Collection Advice for Small Businesses

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Advice on Debt Collection for Owners of Small Businesses By and large, most small business owners get a bit stuck when it comes to recovering debts. It is often either too ‘awkward’ for them to pursue or they simply don’t have the time to take out of work to sort the issue out.

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Collecting a debt from someone living abroad

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Collecting a Debt from Someone Abroad A ‘Cross-border’ debt is deemed as money owed by a person or business outside the creditors country of operation. Transnational debt, as it is also known, requires a specific set of knowledge and expertise that takes in all of the foreign financial regulations in existence. The common misconception is […]

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Collection of unpaid funeral fees

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The rising cost of living is being felt everywhere. At the petrol pump, the supermarket and even in the funeral business. As people find their disposable income shrinking ever more each year, we are now at a point where even the most necessary of expenses - funeral costs - are being defaulted on.

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Collection of unpaid rent arrears

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Debt Collection service for Letting Agents and Landlords - In the property rental world, it is an all too common a problem in the modern era. Whether it is wilful non-payment or due financial difficulties, many rental tenants end up owing hundreds or even thousands to their landlord even after eviction.

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Debt Collection for Dentists

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When you think of a business that might have non-paying clients, a dental practice might not be the first type of establishment you would think of, but like any company, monies become owed by clients and not all of them pay when they are required to.

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Debt Collection for Children’s Nurseries

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The childcare industry in the UK is a sector that experiences a higher than average issue with non-paying clients. Many nursery managers cite awkwardness as a major problem when broaching the subject with debtor parents who don’t see the outstanding monies as a major priority in their lives.

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Can I reclaim goods from a customer that does not pay?

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If you have provided goods to a customer and that customer refuses to pay, then you are within your rights to just go and take those goods back, right? You might think so but thanks to the Sale of Goods Act 1979, it is not nearly as clear cut as that. The 38 year old […]

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