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CGCollect - Now offering easy online payment

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Last year we launched the CGCollect service to provide our clients with an easy, affordable, online way to pursue unpaid debts.  The service is now even easier to use with the addition of an online payment facility.

Clifford Gouldson Lawyers helps many businesses and individuals recover money owed to them under unfulfilled contracts, for services rendered or for goods delivered.  Where the value of the debt is substantial, Clifford Gouldson Lawyers is pleased to provide a full legal service for recovering your money.
But many individuals and businesses are owed smaller sums of money that can be uncommercial to recover through a full legal service.  This is why we developed CGCollect.
For debts up to $50,000 or in circumstances where you would prefer a more streamlined debt collection solution, CGCollect is the answer.
Simply visit and complete the online form to tell us about what you are owed and pay the modest fixed fee which includes the following services:

  1. We’ll prepare a lawyer-approved letter of demand and send it off with a deadline for payment to the debtor.
  2. If payment isn’t forthcoming, we’ll chase it up via phone.
  3. If it remains unpaid, we’ll come back to you with further advice about what you should do next.  
At all times, the full support of Clifford Gouldson Lawyers’ experienced debt recovery lawyers is available to step in if required.  So instead of handing over a high percentage of the debt (which is usually all of or more than your profit on that transaction) to a collection house, a fixed fee is all that you'll pay for the service.

We know CGCollect isn’t for everyone.  If you have a large debt, a debt based on a complex legal situation or you prefer a more personalised service over working online, we look forward to continuing to meet your needs under the Clifford Gouldson Lawyers’ brand.
However, if you have debtors who simply won’t pay relatively small debts, then CGCollect is here to assist.  At this time of year, with your February BAS looming it is critical to ensure your business is getting paid what it is owed - as quickly as possible.

Arrangements can also be made for businesses who require regular letters of demand sent to debtors on a volume basis.
Should you have any questions about how CGCollect works or how you may be able to use it for your business, we would be happy to talk to you.


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