Free Templated Debt Recovery Letters
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The sample letters listed below are a basic starting point for creditors who are owed money for services they have supplied. Your business may have other procedures to deal with defaulting clients. If so, include these in your requests for payment. Common examples include the removal of access to specific work or domains, or the retention of copyright/intellectual property.
Business to Business Templates
First Reminder Letter-B2B
A business to business reminder Letter. It requests payment and advisers the debtor to make contact within 7 days if they have any issues regarding payment.
Second Reminder Letter-B2B
The second reminder letter gives a further 7 days to pay any outstanding amounts. It also advisers the debtor that late payment charges in line with the "Late Payment of Commercial Debts Act" may be added to the debt if not paid.
Final Demand Letter-B2B
The final demand letter gives your debtor 3 days to pay. It reminds them that late payment charges in line with the "Late Payment of Commercial Debts Act" will be added should the debt be passed over to ComPay UK for collection. Should the debtor still not respond you can have us send for free our Letter before action sent to them on a ComPay UK letterhead.
Business to Consumer Templates
First Reminder Letter-B2C
The first business to consumer reminder Letter requests the debtor to make contact if they have any issues regarding payment.
Second Reminder Letter-B2C
The second business to consumer reminder letter Is short, and very much to the point. It request the debtor pay the amount outstanding today.
Final Demand Letter-B2C
The final business to consumer demand letter allows you to insert a date before you pass the debt over for legal collection. The debtor is advised that legal and collection charges will be added to the debt.
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