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Doing business worldwide comes with a great number of advantages: more opportunity, new markets, and greater business growth. However, this development means you might also find yourself trying to recover money from a customer who is not only in a different time zone to you but also has different laws and customs to abide by.

Although in this situation you may worry you have to write the money off as irrecoverable, we can give you confidence in the knowledge that your debt recovery options don’t diminish as soon as the debt crosses borders.

How Does It Work?

No Collection, No Fee

This is a risk free service - If successful we charge a percentage commission based on your client's location. If we are unsuccessful, you will pay nothing.


We research the history of the debt and any contractual issues that may be compromising payment. We also gather information about your customer and identify key personnel who may authorise payment.


We then attempt to establish contact with the correct personnel within the debtor company directly by telephone, letter and email to press your claim and negotiate payment.

Funds Transfer

When your payment has been recovered we send the money directly into your company bank account.

As part of our research we will assess the case for litigation so that where contact is made but settlement is not forthcoming, we can advise you on whether or not the case should be transferred to our legal department so formal proceedings can be started, or whether you should instruct a local lawyer or agent in the debtors own country to pursue the debt further.

International Business - Governing Law & Jurisdiction Clauses

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Download this guide to help you understand which country's law the contract falls, and in which country's Courts any legal action has to be taken. An indispensable guide to jurisdictional clauses


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