When Attempting to Renegotiate the Deal AGAIN Is Just Another Delay Tactic

At some point,hourglass showing time passing. it becomes apparent that the debtor’s attempts at resolution are nothing more than delay tactics.

Such is the case currently where a client placed a claim with us for collection.

Our client is an independent contractor. He and the debtor company had been working together for well over a year. Suddenly, the company became delinquent on the weekly compensation. As a remedy, the debtor company’s principal issued a series of postdated checks to our client dated six months out. The parties continued their working arrangement. Six months later, our client began depositing the post-dated checks. One by one the checks returned. Each check was unpaid due to insufficient funds and that added to the debt. Continue reading “When Attempting to Renegotiate the Deal AGAIN Is Just Another Delay Tactic”

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Are You Within New York’s Statute of Limitations for Debt Collection Litigation?

Wooden gavel.Thinking about bringing an action against a nonpaying client or party? Then you need to know the statute of limitations for New York debt collection litigation. You need to know this in order to bring your case to court in a timely manner. Failure to bring the action within the statute of limitations can result in more than a slap on the wrist. It can result in a lawsuit filed against you and your attorney with costs and sanctions to consider. Continue reading “Are You Within New York’s Statute of Limitations for Debt Collection Litigation?”

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The Work Was Done Without a Written Contract, Can I Still Get Paid? 

There are those that think they have you beat. Perhaps your customer had no intention of paying in part or in whole and purposely did not sign the contract. You ask for payment and they remind you that you do not have a signed agreement and perhaps invite suit! Don’t worry, even without a signed agreement you can get payment for the work done.

It’s ideal to have a signed agreement. Despite technology and all the conveniences, in some business transactions, it isn’t always possible. Whether deliberate or not, there are those clients who get around signing a contract.

Many clients believe they cannot recover monies owed because they did not secure a signed, written agreement or additional written requests for work. For those customers who may have purposely engaged you with the intent not to pay, they will claim that you cannot collect because you do not have a signed written agreement. Not true.   Continue reading “The Work Was Done Without a Written Contract, Can I Still Get Paid? “

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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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