Challenging economic times in recent years have forced many consumers to make a choice between which bills to pay and which to leave outstanding until the next paycheck comes. That has led to an increasing number of utility and telecom bills going unpaid, forcing some accounts into collection, and causing many utility companies to shrink their budgets or raise rates at a time that is particularly painful for those they serve.

Accounts Receivable understands the valid concerns on both ends of this problem, and our professional collections team will be sure to treat both our client and the debtor with a fair and amicable approach to collection. Our goal is to make sure that consumers can keep the lights on, or keep their water running, while knowing that they can make timely and sensible payments toward their past due account statements with their utility company.

We make sure to discuss every option with consumers, and we’re up-front when it comes to discussing the potential consequences of continuing to forego payment toward a past due balance. When choosing Accounts Receivable to collect past due utility and telecom payments, our clients will enjoy a great approach to success:

– Reasoned contact via phone and postal mail that encourages payment and assesses the situation
– Years of experience that bode well when collecting a debt or negotiating other options
– An amicable approach to collection that encourages payment, rather than alienating consumers
– A focus on maintaining the utility company’s reputation with its consumers

With the right focus on customer retention and debt collection, these past due bills can become a thing of the past. Consumers will be brought back into the fold with their utility company, and the utility company will maintain its high standing among those who use its services.

To get started today, call us at321-710-3530 to speak with an associate

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