For most people who receive a bad check the first course of action is to make a phone call or send a letter to the check writer. The NSF check collection letter will sometimes result in a prompt repayment, but more often than not, it does not. This forces business owners or billing departments to escalate the matter in order to collect the amount owed.
If you’ve ever been in this situation you may know how difficult it can be to handle check representment though a bank. Many people who don’t respond to an NSF check collection letter do not have the funds available to cover the check during the representment process. This means your business or organization may not collect the money it’s owed in a timely fashion.
At Global Check Recovery we can help streamline your collections process by handling the collection on your bounced checks. If your NSF check collection letters aren’t getting you the money you deserve, we can handle the check representment process for you. Simply mail us your bad checks and we will use our system to electronically represent them to the issuing bank.
Whether you’re dealing with bad business or personal checks, let Global Check Recovery help you collect your money. We can help you represent any checks under $2500 that are less than 180 days old. If your NSF check collection letters aren’t getting you the money you’re owed, we are here to help. Our system has a proven track record of results for our clients.
Not only does our system have a higher success rate than attempting collections on your own, but it’s completely free of charge! That’s right. We will handle your bad check collection for free and when the check processes successfully you will receive 100% of the amount returned. Don’t let bad checks go any longer. Global Check Recovery will represent your bad checks free of charge. We collect the check fees charged by the bank as payment for our service, so you can keep the full check amount.
For more information or to set up service today, give us a call and we will help you get started!