Can You Get Sanctions When There Are Bogus Defenses Used In A Debt Collection Litigation?

A debt collection litigation can spur bogus defenses from a debtor who is attempting to minimize or avoid their payment obligation. There may be cases where debtors have a legitimate reason for withholding payment. However, there are enough cases of … Continue reading

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New York Collection Attorney: Lay the Foundation to Build Your Case

Image result for building the foundationIn order to best represent your interests, understanding the underlying transaction is key for your New York Collections Attorney. The facts together with the supporting documents will lay the foundation to build your case.

An explanation of the customer’s reason for non-payment, if any should be divulged at the onset. Doing so will help Continue reading “New York Collection Attorney: Lay the Foundation to Build Your Case”

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NY Debt Collection Blog: Protect Yourself with Favorable Terms and Conditions

There are many excuses customers can hide behind to avoid payment. By doing a little work in advance of the sale you can overcome your buyer’s objection to payment by incorporating favorable Terms and Conditions in your contract.

Reasons for non-payment vary based upon industry. The excuses need not be creative or original.  Most often the seller can anticipate the Continue reading “NY Debt Collection Blog: Protect Yourself with Favorable Terms and Conditions”

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NY Debt Collection Litigation: Keep Records

Related imageDealing with slow or non-paying customers or clients?

Anticipate that you might need to pursue NY debt collection litigation efforts and keep records.

What should you keep?
All electronic and physical documents relating to the business relationship should be kept in anticipation of debt collection litigation.

“Records” include the credit file, underlying business transactions, billing, collection efforts and more.  These “records” could be used as “evidence”  Continue reading “NY Debt Collection Litigation: Keep Records”

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