What to do when the contractor has not paid?
Overdue payment that leads to initiating the process of debt recovery, and then finds its way in the court is getting more and more frequent. Failure to pay liabilities by debtors and the attempt of creditors to recover their money by court and bailiff seems to be the last resort. It is common knowledge that winning such a case usually puts an end to the cooperation with an unreliable contractor even when we recover the money. On the other hand, we often hope for too long that the obligations will be settled before the case is given to lawyers. What to do if the contractor does not pay after the final judgment and the first bailiff's visit?
An attempt should be made to sell the receivables. Such actions can be taken much earlier, at any stage of non-payment by the contractor.
We have created a simple, cheap way to recover unpaid receivables. It is issuing debts for sale on the Internet. The question arises whether this makes sense? Well, it really does.
Independent issuance of receivables for sale with sending a simultaneous notification of this fact to the debtor has gained quite a big resonance.
The debtor sees himself with his debt on the Internet, after some time the debt is positioned on the Internet. Even if the debt has expired, it will be visible. That situation motivates the debtor to take action. Shame is a very strong stimulus. The debtor will reckon with the fact that for the next job he performs, someone clever who will repurchase his obligation, will also add interest to it and pay him with his own debt. Compensation is becoming more and more popular.
Our website www.dlugi.info is of help here. The unpaid invoice is the same commodity as other goods sold via the Internet. Issuing receivables for sale is an invitation to the transaction. You do not have to sell - it does not work as it is on other websites with the BUY NOW option. You can negotiate the price and you have the right to withdraw from these negotiations. Who can buy a claim? There are many situations in which a debt can be attractive, for example, for someone who knows your debtor's assets better. Then he buys the debt, usually at a discount, adds interest and settles with the debtor in the form of compensation. He does it to earn. Your unpaid loan becomes a settlement currency.
How to sell unpaid invoices?
2. Top up your account
3. Issue your receivables for sale*
*If you provide a phone number or e-mail to the debtor, we will notify him by SMS automatically.
Sometimes you have to wait for the buyer, sometimes the debtor will want to buy his debt through a friend.
The legality of such action, i.e. the will to sell claims, is confirmed by GIODO and UODO in accordance with the EU GDPR Directive. All studies on this subject are available in our tab.
A claim or debt, depending on the perspective we look at it from, means the following. If you have a claim, it means that someone owes you money. If you have a debt, it means that you have not repaid loans, bills, invoices, maintenance or other obligations. Overdue receivables are the same commodity as all other commercial goods. They can be put up for sale and traded.