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Debt Recovery Explained This free e-book, debt recovery explained, will cover the following topic areas in detail with a step-by-step guide on how to recover a debt in the UK.   Table of contents for this e-book Introduction Tracing agents Letter before action Debt collection agencies Legal claims County Court Judgment Enforcement    Claim your[…]

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Tracing debtors in the UK Tracing debtors in the UK is very different from locating other individuals as the subject debtors are sometimes trying to deliberately evade being traced. This can present multiple issues when attempting to trace the subject debtor’s address which we will outline further in this article. Where tracing a debtor in[…]

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Introduction How to trace a person This article will discuss how to trace a person, reasons why you may want to trace a person, and what information you need to trace or find a person. Are you trying to find someone in the UK? When someone is unable to be reached, either by telephone, post,[…]

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Introduction Turn your worst paying client into your best paying customer This informative article will cover how to turn your worst-paying client into your best-paying customer. There is nothing more awkward and frustrating than chasing up a late payment or an overdue invoice. For small businesses, however, this can be a common occurrence. If you’re having[…]

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Late payment Interest explained This article will outline late payment interest explained in detail. Late payment interest provisions are often used by businesses as an incentive for customers to ensure that they pay their bills and invoices on time. While a creditor does have the statutory right to demand late payment interest on any outstanding[…]

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Introduction Invoice Mistakes This blog article will cover how to make an invoice and the invoice mistakes to avoid. Right now, increasing numbers of people are working on a self-employed and freelance basis. The coronavirus pandemic has caused countless companies to collapse, meaning more and more of us are working on more one-off projects for[…]

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