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“Stand and Deliver. Your money or your…Business” - Debt Recovery 101
Recovering business debts may seem like trying to get blood out of a stone. However, while not always easy, it doesn’t have to end up in court. Outlined below are three common ways you can go about getting your money back from a debtor company.
Letter of Demand – Ok, so you’ve been calling and emailing the company about your debt for weeks and want to ‘up the ante’. Step One – Send a letter of demand.
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