Our 7-day demand letters are useful tools for recovering bad debts and identifying any disputes that debtors may have about your bills.
A GPC is the beginning of the Court process. The defendant must lodge an official response admitting or denying your claim within 14 days. A GPC can be issued for any amount less than $75,000.
A statutory demand is an alternative to issuing court proceedings to recover your debt. We recommend issuing a statutory demand if:
Thanks James, [The debtor] has now paid in full.
Fast, efficient and friendly service – will definitely be using Birman and Ride for all debt recovery issues in the future.
Helpful without being pushy, giving options without bias. A good outcome! It appears that an efficient system has been established.
Compliments on your web site, products and timeliness. You are an easy company to work with.
Woah, what a quick turnaround! Thank you so much for your assistance.
Thanks Nigel, appreciate your help.
We got paid! Thank you for all your assistance in this matter.
Just to let you know that [the debtor] has recently paid the balance of their account! Thank you for your services and will get in touch with you next time.
I can confirm that we have received the payment. Thank you all for your help .
We have received payment in full overnight from [the debtor]. Thank you for your help.
Just to let you know I have received full payment of this account! Good work!!
I am pleased to tell you that [the debtor] has paid their account. I might just have another one for you soon!! Many thanks for your help.
Excellent service and Nigel always very efficient and happy to help.
[The debtor] has paid. Many thanks
W have received a payment arrangement for [this debtor]. Many thanks
Thanks for all your help regarding the collection of monies from [Debtor]. I am pleased to advise that they paid in full yesterday.
Our company recently engaged the services of Birman & Ride for the first time and found them to be extremely professional and efficient. A great outcome for our company.
Hi Nigel, Just to confirm that I finally received full payment from [the debtor] for all outstanding invoices. Thanks heaps for your assistance in settling this matter.
Hi Nigel, I have received payment in full for the outstanding debt from [the debtor] on Friday. Thank you for your help.
You were very helpful, patient and accommodating with my legal matter.
Hi Cheryl $$ have been received, thank you
Thank you for sending the demand letter. The client was in contact with us within the hour & has paid the account in full.
A very good outcome with both debtors now having paid after a frustrating 12 – 18 months. I can not speak highly enough of your company and your own involvement in this. Everything you personally did was of the utmost professionalism and your service was exceptional, all wrapped up inside a week.
Hi Nigel, Thank you for your demand letter – we glad to advise we received a response today agreeing to a monthly payment of $500, which we have accepted. Thank you.
Hi Cheryl, Just a quick update, that we have received the payment from this debtors. Thank you very much for your help.
We have received a partial payment with a promise of the balance in early November – so at this stage we are happy with that.
Yes thank you. The letter sent them into a flap. At this stage we require no further action
[The debtor] came to an agreement and he has now paid. Thank you very much for your assistance as we would not have had this outcome without you.
Hi Cheryl,thanks for the reply. [The debtor] received your email and has paid off the outstanding amount other than 5k which he is paying today. Thanks for your help in the matter. I’ve recommended you to a few of my other suppliers who have bad debts.
We have received full payment from [Debtor]!
[The debtor] replied this morning saying that they would transfer the payment by the end of the week. Thanks for your help.
Birman & Ride’s cost-effective demand letters produce a much higher volume of debt recoveries for our clients than legal action. For one reason, some recipients settle claims they might otherwise dispute simply to protect their credit rating. But what if you could force a slow-paying corporation to pay up or risk being wound up? And at minimal […]