You can mandate us to deal with your invoices from the first day after they become overdue. For what reason?
We pay utmost attention to maintaining the business relationship between the debtor and the Client.
Cost-effective and professional debt management with numerous advantages.
Our Clients will not lose their customers on the grounds of any unpaid invoices.
The management of debts where recovery looks hopeless is a unique service of CREDITEXPRESS Group.
This option can be particularly effective in precarious financial times, when the debtor has no income but becomes solvent again after gaining new employment.
We purchase your overdue debt, irrespective of the portfolio volume to be sold. During this process, we provide comprehensive professional and legal advice. Why?
Via the sale of your claims, we support and relieve the burden from your business by implementing a comprehensive debt recovery/debt management strategy.
Complementary to and integrated and administrative debt recovery, we deal with the enforcement of your claims using judicial means. Our lawyers work according to the standards of the Group.
Should you have further questions about your case, do not hesitate to contact our colleagues or the Client Service.
A procedure requested by the debtor in defence of the debtor, which he can apply for if he is unable to pay the creditor. During the term of this procedure, the debtor cannot be challenged and he receives a moratorium and protection from his creditors, i.e. no enforcement or liquidation procedure can be initiated against him.
It means a debt arising from lending money, goods or services.
The co-debtor has the same obligations as the debtor. It has the same liability for the payment of the debt.
During the collection we contact the debtor, send him payment notices, and may offer payment in instalments or with rescheduling arrangements. During the collection we seek to settle the debt efficiently on the basis of negotiations. Right from the beginning of the process, CREDITEXPRESS liaises with the debtor.
Means a natural person, legal person or other entity that owes money or has other payment or other obligations.
The date by when an amount owed is payable. If it is not paid by the specified deadline then this amount is to be considered a debt.
It means a regulated legal process, as a result of which the creditor might receive the relevant goods or money if the debtor fails to fulfil his assumed obligations voluntarily.
Factoring means the selling of claims. This debt can arise from any legal relationship that entails a payment obligation.
A monetary debt the debtor is required to pay under legislation or a contract.