Did you know that if you’re owed more than £750 and the debt is undisputed you already have a very effective weapon up your sleeve – one that does not involve you having to go to the courts?
Locate a person or company using the Trace Enquiry Form
- Simply complete the information form with as much information as you can give us and we will start our searches for you immediately. We have a dedicated tracing department working every day locating absconders.
- Following a successful trace our seamless process allows the debt collection team to go on and obtain payment.
- You can expect to receive your results in 7 – 14 days after submitting your form. All instructions are dealt with by a real person, not a computer and you can be assured of our commitment to customer service.
- Costs for this service are fixed so you always know how much the service will cost.
- Following receipt of your enquiry a member of the customer service team will contact you to discuss your options.
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I am sure you have asked yourself the question…
“Why should I bear the cost of collecting what is in effect my own money?”
Well you may not have to by way of the Late Payment Act.
The Late Payment Act enables you to offset the cost of debt collection. This means when we are successful in collecting your debt the majority of the collection cost is born by the debtor.
Using this Act of Law helps to redress the balance with regard to the cost of chasing overdue commercial debts, we at Debt Solve will to help you by offsetting the appropriate cost of collection utilising the late payment charge and accrued interest – Interest is currently applied at 8% over base.
The team at Debt Solve will be happy to discuss how to integrate the benefits of The Late Payment Act with your credit control department.
For a no-obligation discussion please contact us through this form or call us now on 01527 543672
For your information
The current regulations are known as: The Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations 2002 and came into force on 7th August 2002.
These regulations extend to England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Follow this link for a copy of The Late Payment Act 2002.