Free Debt Collection E-Book

FREE E-BOOK

“Collecting Account Receivables”

“Don’t Let Your Company’s

Money Burn”

Keeping on top of your company’s account receivables is vital to maintain cash flow for most small businesses today.   The Gebeloff Law Group has created an e-book to help companies devise and implement a debt collection strategy.   The title of the book is “ Collecting Account Receivables/ Don’t Let Your Company’s Money Burn.”   We are offering a free copy of this book. We welcome you to click the link below to get a copy of the book. We are sure that there will be many useful strategies from setting up a credit application to choosing between a commercial debt collection agency or hiring a collection attorney to collect on past due debt.

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Collecting your money-Debt collection methods

Guide to Internal Debt Collection Procedures

Our commercial collection attorneys devise unique strategies to help clients stay on top of their past due accounts. What our debt collection law firm can offer clients is the ability to look beyond the initial demand for payment. Our collection lawyers can pursue alternative theories of liability when pursuing a debt collection account. Our debt recovery firm will look to see if there has been any apparent fraud. If so, we will discuss with our collection clients the possibility of pursuing officers and directors of the debtor company and any successor company that may have been recently established in an apparent attempt to defraud creditors.

 

We get many referrals from other law firms and collection agencies when they have been able to collect on a past due account. Commercial collection agencies are not licensed to practice law. A collection agency must refer the case to a collection attorney to proceed once the collection agency has exhausted its debt collection efforts.

We invite creditors as well as collection agencies to call us for their debt collection needs. We would be happy to assist any collection agency prior to referring a case to our commercial collection law firm to analyze debtor liability and whether the collection case warrants referral to a collection attorney to litigate.