Failing to Act Timely to Place the Account for Collection
If you have good collection policies, they should include time frames in which to take certain actions, including these:
- Following up with demand letters requiring payment when an account balance becomes delinquent.
- Following up with collection phone calls when demand letters don’t produce payment.
- Immediately following up with the debtor when the debtor doesn’t keep promises to make a payment.
After you’ve taken the actions defined by your collection policy and your debtor still hasn’t paid, you shift into collection mode. If your debtor still doesn’t pay, you may need to seek legal help from our debt collection attorneys in Michigan.
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