The excuses customers give for not paying are multiplying and so is the damage to your cash flow.
While a collection dispute drains resources from all areas of a company, customers continue to hold onto your money! And in some cases, new technology makes the disputes even worse than before. So how can you fight back?
This exclusive report includes the best policies to collect more cash faster, proven strategies to combat even the most well-crafted customer arguments and protections to keep you covered in case a dispute gets to court.
|The Solution:||"Win the Toughest Collection Disputes: What's Working Now"|
Collecting in Today's Environment: What Is and Isn't Working
- Keys to winning the fight against the 6 most common disputes
- Vital clauses contracts miss that land companies in hot water
- Protect your company's cash flow from costly miscommunications
- Include this on invoices to derail their payment excuses
- Why payment plans fail – and what you can do to stop it
Jammed with proven strategies and examples, this fast-read executive report gives you tactics you can use today to collect invoices faster and combat customers' most common excuses for not paying.
Best Ways to Win Even the Toughest Collection Disputes
- Keep your company covered in case a dispute winds up in court
- Insider tips on what other companies are doing to head off disputes
- Top 2 ways to fight back against poor Service claims
- The 3 most common ways technology is complicating collections
- Lay the groundwork to stop disputes before they start
"Win the Toughest Collection Disputes: What's Working Now" is a clear, no-nonsense report that gives you the best and latest ways to cut disputes off before they start putting a strain on cash flow.
Collect More Cash Faster: Strategies That Work
- Dealing with court when it's the only way to collect
- Take control of e-promises before they start working against you
- Policies to make sure you get paid even if work has to stop
- Using invoices as successful substitutes when no contract exists
- FACTA: Where to draw the line with electronic communication
|Delivery:||Immediate electronic download (in PDF format)|