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3 Signs That You Will Soon Need a Debt Collection Agency’s Help

by Ampac Debt Recovery Debt Recovery Rules and Limitations Related
Debt collection has always been a stressful job that most business owners don’t want to engage in. But unfortunately, the nature of every industry has this factor of "Debt" embedded into it and thus, whether they like it or not, business owners have to tackle it. However, some of them are smart and straightaway think about seeking the services of a debt collection agency and this is actually the smartest move that a business could take in the context of debts. However, there are some specific signs that as a business owner, you need to be aware of that reveal that here is a necessity of the services of a debt collection professional. Here in this post, we will have a look at some of those signs.

Acid-test Ratio

•   This is something that financial and banking institutions are fully aware of this ratio and it is also given the name of quick ratio. 
•   According to the experts, this is mainly used in the case of individuals as well as companies that borrow money on a regular basis.
•   If you haven’t heard about it, it is basically the test to determine the ability of a particular entity to use its quick cash and assets to pay off the debt. 
•   Experts say that if the result of this test is less than 1, it means that the potential debtor is not financially sustained enough to pay the debt back.
•   For this test, some information is required from the potential debtor and with it; it would be very easy to calculate the ability to pay the debt back.

Disputes on Invoices or Changing Terms

•   While lending the money a certain set of rules, regulations and laws would be created that the lender as well as debtor, both have to follow.
•   One sign that will reveal that it’s time to get in touch with a commercial debt collection company is the debtors not following or abiding by the laws or rules.
•   Similarly, if the debtor, who was earlier "okay" with those rules, suddenly starts questioning them or pointing out the vulnerabilities, you should understand that he is unwilling to pay the debt.
•   In such circumstances, it is very important that you immediately get in touch with a debt collection professional and think about seeking the services.

Unanswered Phone Calls

•   Calling the debtor is one of the primary methods of staying in touch and reminding about the date of payment.
•   However, if the calls stay unanswered and no call back is received even after listening the message on the phone, you should understand debtor’s unwillingness to pay the debt.
•   This could be considered a serious thing, if your repeated calls go unanswered and there is no revert back of the debtor either through a call or an SMS.
•   Debt collection agency experts say that you should send an email in case of unanswered calls and a copy should be sent to self for future purposes.
•   Even after this, if the client does not turn up or continues to avoid communication, you have perfectly reasonable grounds to send someone in person and this could be a skilled debt collector professional


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