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Outsourcing to DQ – What to expect?

Outsourcing to DQ – What to expect?

We understand how precious our clients time is when chasing overdue accounts. By the time you are even considering outsourcing your debt recovery you may have been chasing your debt for months.

Take the stress away from continual chasing. Our process for collecting debts is simple.

Darcey Quigley pride ourselves on the quality and professionalism of our service and always have our clients best interest in mind. We make debt recovery simple for our clients.

Below is a step by step guide of what you need to do:

Step 1

We find out about your business and your ate paying customer. Discuss our business process and how we can help improve your cash flow by reducing your company debtor days.

Step 2

Send us your overdue invoices and debtor contact details. The more information you send us – the better.

Step 3

We conduct our own investigations into the customer by carrying out routine credit checks, company name checks, risks, assets etc. – In many cases we deal with the same debtor numerous times.

Step 4

Our fees start from 3% and are dependent on the age of the oldest invoice. Debtor location, trading status and invoice value determines the approach we take.

Step 5

The relevant legal notice is issued by email and text to your debtor and telephone recovery begins.

Step 6

Communication is key to our recovery process – expect a full case report or payment within 48 hours of instruction.

Step 7

On average we recover within 16 days of instruction, in some cases it only takes 1 phone call – The Power of Outsourcing is the reason why we are so successful.

View our commercial debt recovery process step-by-step here.

It really is that simple.

Instruct us today: [email protected] or call our office on 01698 821 468.

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