Debt Recovery Blog

 

Outstanding Invoices

When time is of the essence!

Unpaid invoices can seriously damage the cash-flow of a business quickly whether the debt is large or small. At CSB Solicitors our debt recovery team can help you recover the monies owed to you.

At CSB Solicitors, we specialise in collecting outstanding invoices. Our debt recovery team sends 1000’s of letters every year collecting unpaid debts.

Time is of the essence when collecting outstanding invoices and if you leave collecting the outstanding invoice too late, your Debtor may run out of money leaving you without any ability to recover the sum.

What happens next?

The best way to collect an outstanding invoice is to use a solicitor’s demand letter. A well written legal demand letter can make a huge difference when collecting any unpaid debts or invoices might be owed to you.

Why choose CSB Solicitors?

At CSB Solicitors, we make the collecting of unpaid invoices more straightforward. Sending a solicitor’s demand letter is be a great way of collecting in debts from stubborn payers and should be seen as an extension of your own credit control process.

CSB Solicitors will draft fully compliant demand letters which are suitably worded to ensure that maximum pressure is put on the Debtor to pay.

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