Chase up to 20 invoices for you for 1 month for £150

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What you get with this Hourlie

I can provide you with an outsourced credit control service for up to 20 invoices for £150. This service includes chasing payment of your invoices for one calendar month, or until paid, whichever is sooner. I can begin work on your credit control within 5 days of receiving all the relevant information from you.

Upon receipt of details of your debtors I will begin a series of tried and tested credit control procedures, including chase emails, letters and telephone calls until either your debt has been paid or one month has passed.

We have been provided this service to clients for several years and it has proved highly effective. This is because we maintain a persistent approach to your credit control and contact debtors regularly. Also, as a legal firm, your debtors will take notice of our correspondence immediately.

A full report will be provided to you at the end of the month in excel detailing the position with each of your invoices.

PLEASE NOTE that the start date is the date on which we will begin to provide the service. We will do this within 5 days of receiving all the required information from you (and in most cases much sooner). The service will then continue for one calendar month from the start date.

PLEASE NOTE The systems that we use are proven to achieve excellent results on invoices that we receive on day one of issue. For the purposes of this hourlie your invoices should be no more than 6 months past their due date. (If you have a back log of historic invoices that have remained outstanding for years we can still help with these but they may not be suitable for this hourlie).

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What the Seller needs to start the work

A copy of each invoice concerned.
A copy of your terms and conditions, if available.
I will provide you with an excel spreadsheet which sets out all the information that we need about your debtors, typically an email address and phone number.
We may also ask you for additional information about your debtors and the goods or services you have provided to them as we move through the process to help us resolve any queries raised by your debtor.