As the economy continues to struggle, our debt collection attorneys continue to contact businesses attempting to collect money on past due accounts. Our collection lawyers are finding many honest business owners admitting to owing the debt, but because of their own personal cash flow struggles are not able to pay the debt in a lump sum payment. Our debt collection law firm is entering into many debt repayment plans. Creditors should keep in mind that until a matter is in in suit, there is no real teeth in the debt repayment plan. Many times, our collection attorney will recommend starting suit to recover money and then enter into a repayment plan secured by a court order.
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Collection agencies are unable to start suit to collect money. A collection agency is not licensed to practice debt collection law. Collection agencies send out a series of collection letters and then attempt to collect money by making repeated phone calls. Many times a collection agency will try to collect the account for an extended period of time when in reality a debt collection attorney will be more effective. The debt collection law firm is able to file a lawsuit to collect past due accounts. The collection lawyer will then be able to either settle the account or secure a judgment for the amount that is owed.
Use a Florida Collection Attorney to Collect Money
Once judgment is entered, there are many different post judgment options that our collection attorney will discuss with you. Simply a collection agency is limited in what it can do to collect money. Collection agencies do have their purpose, but creditors typically find that placing an account for collection with a collection attorney has many advantages over placing an account for collection with a commercial collection agency.
Florida Collection Agencies Differ From Florida Collection Law Firms
Many creditors continue to send past due accounts to Florida collection agencies. Florida collection agencies send demand letters for payment to your customers that owe money. A collection agency can make debt collection phone calls to attempt to recover your company’s past due accounts. Many creditors come to our debt collection law firm after their account has been with a collection agency. What our collection attorney finds after reviewing the delinquent account is that a collection agency holds on to the past due account for too long. Florida collection agencies loss profit when they need to forward your collection account to a debt collection law firm. The reason is that the collection agency has to split the contingent collection fee with the debt collection lawyer.
Florida Collection Agencies and Fictitious Collection Agency Names
Our law firm is not a Florida collection agency. Florida collection agencies are not licensed to practice law. We see many Florida collection agencies take on fictitious names that lead not only companies to believe they are a Florida debt collection law firm, but deceptively try to lead your customers that they are collection attorneys licensed to practice debt collection law. By way of example, a Florida collection agency will take on the fictitious name Jones, Williams and Smith. The Florida collection agency then instructs their debt collectors to make collection calls stating they are with the firm of Jones, Williams and Smith. That is a highly deceptive practice misleading your customers who are in collection to believe they are being contacted by debt collection attorneys from a Florida debt recovery law firm.
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Our Florida collection attorney believes that creditors will get better results sending their delinquent accounts directly to our Florida debt collection law firm. Our Florida collection attorney will send an attorney demand letter, demanding payment of the Past due account. If immediate payment arrangements are not made, our debt collection attorney will set forth a debt collection strategy and discuss with your company how your company’s money may or may not be able to be collected. Please feel free to call our Florida collection law firm. We will explain in detail how we differ from a Florida collection agency. Together we will devise a collection strategy that is just right for your company to pursue past due delinquent accounts.
Recently our firm has been receiving more requests from staffing agencies to help them collect from clients for whom they have placed both temporary and permanent employees. Recruiters work hard at staffing agencies to find capable candidates/ employees for employers who need to fill positions at their companies. Typically staffing agencies are paid a percentage of the candidate’s salary as compensation to the staffing agency. The staffing agency takes on an inherent risk when placing a candidate with a company. Typically compensation to the agency until a period of time down the road. Cash flow sometimes down the road makes it difficult for the company for whom the recruiting firm has placed the candidate to thereafter collect the amount due as compensation for their services.
Recruiters Need Collection Attorneys
Our collection law firm has worked hand in hand with recruiters to help them collect their compensation for placing a candidate. Our collection attorney also helps staffing company review their current contracts to make sure they have important clauses in their contracts, including clauses to ensure that in the event the staffing agency has to pursue collection of their past due accounts they are also able to seek recovery of their legal fees and court costs. Debt collection firm has worked closely with staffing agencies who concentrate in placing candidates for employers in most industries.
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Once a lawsuit is brought on behalf of the staffing agency, our collection lawyer will draft a complaint for breach of contract to attempt to collect the money due for your compensation under your company’s staffing agency contract. Our collection law firm will be able to pursue the compensation due to your firm for the hard work you and your recruiters have put into placing an ideal candidate to the employer. Please call our collection attorney to ask about how we can help your staffing firm recover the money that is justly due and owing.