Legal action against debtors

At A2Z, one of the first working rules is to abide by the law. Hence, our debt collection professionals carry out a debt recovery process that strictly complies with the law. We understand that your company's reputation is of prime concern to you. To never let it degrade, we do not carry out any debt collection process in an illegal way.

Our debt collection process initially starts with friendly reminders via a call to ensure good relations of your company with clients. Only after this, we start sending legal notice for the defaulters and do the field visits for the face-to-face negotiations. Finally, after exhausting all our amicable efforts, we do effective collection methods to coerce the debtor to settle without legal action.

However, suppose the debtors are adamant and not paying. In that case, our legal consultants will advise clients on the pros and cons of legal action against each debt after analyzing the work report from the debt collection team to check the recovery chances of the collection after legal action. Such as, our consultant will explain the costs, time frame, weak or strength of the commercial documents, chances of getting a judgment, and execution and recovery of the judgment debts. After educating them on all details, our client will take a suitable managerial decision for legal actions against debtors.

A2Z's team also comprises in-house legal professionals and associated lawyers who help with criminal courts, civil or commercial courts, or police stations. They do their work precisely and strategically and make our clients realize that the judicious use of debt collection remedies not only pressurizes the debtors the most but also ensures early economic disclosures.

We also offer legal action against loan defaulters for efficient debt recovery via our associated law firms. We also keep our fee structure transparent with our clients to avoid misunderstandings. Whether you are an individual or a company, A2Z can support you with A2Z solutions in debt-related cases, especially cheque bounce and civil cases.