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Slater Byrne Recovers 77% Unpaid Debt From One of Its Earthmoving Companies

Posted on November 13th, 2019 by: Liam | Case Studies

An Earthmoving company engaged the services of Slater Byrne to collect debts, which, if left unrecovered, would substantially reduce its cash flow and force it to stop operation of its business. Slater Byrne was asked to collect on 20 accounts in total from this firm for the period August 2014 to January 2019. The report

Dealing with Difficult Debtors – An SBR Case Study

Posted on October 2nd, 2019 by: Liam | Case Studies

Difficult debtors can be a nightmare to deal with as they have many strategies to delay the debt recovery process and ramp up costs for creditors. It’s at times like these that it truly pays off to have professional debt collectors at your side. We know the ins and outs of the debt recovery process

Why You Need to Research Your Client’s ABN

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by: Liam | Case Studies

In a previous blog post, we discussed the importance of obtaining ACN and ABN from potential clients—especially if you’re planning to extend them credit. These numbers serve as an extra layer of protection against bad debt as they allow you to determine who you’re conducting business with, which in turn makes the collection process easier.

How to Secure Your Funds and Get Your Debts Paid Faster

Posted on June 26th, 2019 by: Liam | Case Studies

Time is of the essence when it comes to debt collection. The longer you allow invoices to go unpaid, the lower your chances are of successful recovery. But if you are quick to take action and you partner with the right people, then you can save yourself from bad debts. This case study shows how

Slater Byrne Recoveries Case Study: Recovering Old Debts

Posted on September 11th, 2018 by: Liam | Case Studies

This case is a great example of how quickly the Slater Byrne Recoveries team can help clients recover funds that are several years old. In this particular instance, not only was the debt long overdue, but the customer who owed the monies had also stopped responding to payment requests. The Predicament Our client in this