We are highly experienced in this area and have devised the most relevant, sophisticated and effective strategies for ensuring revenue streams are protected.
Representing clients professionally and with the utmost integrity is absolutely key to our debt recovery approach. We aim to:
Our experienced and motivated debt collectors always handle this particular area of debt recovery with sensitivity, aiming to find proactive solutions – applying a strict Treat Customers Fairly policy.
Spratt Endicott’s finance team work to collect outstanding monies under Consumer Credits Agreements, which take both pre-legal and legal processes.
As an example of improving collections, we agreed with one of our high street bank clients to apply for charging orders over their debtors’ property. This resulted in millions of pounds of unsecured debt being secured, which in turn has been reflected in very substantial sums being paid when the property is sold/ re-mortgaged.
Spratt Endicott also act for large payroll departments who have to collect monies under CCA from ex-employees, under the governments “Learning for All” and “Bike to Work” schemes. We also act for companies within the telecommunication and other industries who have CCA’s.
We also act for a number of financial institutions which specialise in factoring and invoice discounting.
This work includes:
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