Debt Collection and Disparaging Remarks

angry emoji on a phone meant to represent disparaging remarks.Disparaging remarks added to the sting of not getting paid is upsetting. What makes it worse is when a client fabricates a reason for non-payment, which is downright untruthful.

You may know the drill.

There is a quick flurry of emails back and forth; insults hurled from one to the other. Added to the experience might include an exchange on the street, angry calls, disparaging remarks related to debt collection, raised voices on cell phones.

Disparaging remarks, all too common. Continue reading “Debt Collection and Disparaging Remarks”

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How to Collect a Bad Debt in New York City

Photo of a wallet in a clamp.Are you looking to collect from a customer operating in NYC? Here’s what you need to know about collecting bad debt in New York City.

The first step is the demand phase, which is all about writing, emailing, calling the customer and asking for money. Do this from anywhere. If you can part your debtor from their money in the demand phase, consider yourself lucky, even if it means settling for a few dollars less because you avoided the expense of litigation, mediation, or arbitration – not to mention uncertainty. You recovered your monies and can move on.

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NY Collection Attorney Offers Top 5 Tips To Increase In-house Collections Next Year

Just think, if more clients paid you in a timely manner what you could do with the money, not to mention the time. Give your business the gift that keeps on giving: Learn the secrets of increasing in-house collections and watch your cash flow grow. Here’s this NY Collection Attorney’s top 5 tips to increase in-house collections. Continue reading “NY Collection Attorney Offers Top 5 Tips To Increase In-house Collections Next Year”

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Replacing a NY Debt Collection Lawyer – Contingency Fee Still Due?

Contingency Fee NY Debt CollectionThinking about replacing your lawyer with someone else because you are unhappy with the results thus far on your NY debt collection case?  Worried that replacing your current NY contingency fee debt collection lawyer with another will impact your bottom line? That any recovery on the claim would be further reduced because you will be required to pay fees to the outgoing NY contingency fee debt collection attorney as well as the incoming lawyer?

The Engagement was Clear NO COLLECTION, NO FEE

The terms were very clear when the NY contingency fee debt collection lawyer took on your claim. No recovery, collection of monies, no fee. The lawyer agreed. You both signed an engagement letter, a binding contract, that the claim was to be handled on a contingency fee arrangement.

For whatever reasons, you are unhappy with the current lawyer handling your debt collection claim. Perhaps the case has taken a lot longer than expected.  The result is that as of now no monies have been collected. You are considering replacing your current NY debt collection contingency fee lawyer with another. Continue reading “Replacing a NY Debt Collection Lawyer – Contingency Fee Still Due?”

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