Commercial Debt Collection Services in Virginia

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Accounts receivable can be a often be a burden for small businesses, especially when dealing with commercial debt collections in Virginia. These require the experience and expertise provided by our trusted collections agents in Virginia. Discussing money seems to be one of the last taboos and nobody wants to be the bad guy. Our Virginia commercial debt collection services can help take that burden off your shoulders. We understand how commercial debt differs from consumer debt and the different methods available for collection.

How much does commercial debt collection service cost in Virginia?

Most Virginia commercial debt collection agencies charge based on their success rate. In other words, they only get paid when you get paid. Fees are contractually agreed upon on a case by case basis and average fee ranges from {low_rate} to {high_rate} percent of the total amount of commercial debt collected.

Why is Virginia commercial debt collection service different?

Consumer debt is regulated by the Fair Debt Collection Practices ACT (FDCPA) while commercial debt is not. Collections agencies in Virginia can be much more aggressive with their phone call frequency and written communication when collecting collecting commercial debt from a delinquent business.

If your business is considering hiring a collection agency, choose a trusted partner that specializes in Virginia commercial debt. Many times a relentless pursuit of outstanding debts can make all the difference. Agencies that focus on niche markets within this larger group of collections often experience the highest win rates.

Contact our local offices to get pricing on commercial debt collection services today!

Actual Commercial Debt Collection Service Customer Requests in VA

Who are you collecting from?


How much are you collecting?

$10,000 - 50,000

How many accounts are you collecting?

Less than 5

On average, how long have the accounts or debts been outstanding?

Less than two months


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