If you have ever tried collecting money, you probably know that the process is usually painful and can create tension. Collecting unpaid freight invoices is similar in terms of the tension and stress caused, but when it comes to your business, the process can be even more stressful as it directly affects your livelihood. Don’t let the hassles of a delinquent debtor affect your overhead, contact a trusted expert to get the money that is owed to you.
When Should I Call a Transportation Collection Agency?
When it comes to collecting an unpaid freight invoice, planning the next move isn’t always clear or straightforward. There are many reasons why a broker may or may not pay you, sometimes it is a simple mistake that can be fixed with a quick call to the business owner. But for situations where you can no longer get ahold of them, the company has gone out of business, they are denying responsibility of the debt, or the unpaid invoices have exceeded 60 days, it may be time to reach out to a third party. By allowing a collection agency to take on the role of collecting an unpaid debt, you greatly increase your odds of recovering on delinquent payments.
Transportation Debt Collections is never completely straightforward, but it doesn’t need to be stressful on your part. There are many benefits when it comes to outsourcing your unpaid freight invoices to an agency, some of these include:
- Having a tenacious, professional, and experienced collections team on your side
- Less stress
By hiring a collection agency to facilitate the task of collecting an unpaid freight invoice, you are effectively creating a buffer between the business owner, and the delinquent party. With the help of a third party, this can help alleviate the stress of a business owner, allowing them to focus on their business and not spend valuable time tracking down unpaid debts. Your time is valuable and should be spent on improving your business, not going back and forth with a debtor that is delinquent on a bill.
Why Choose AWA for Your Transportation Collection Needs?
AWA operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning, if we cannot collect, you owe us nothing. If collection efforts are successful, our rates will be based on how old and how much the debt is, if there is a damage claim, and whether the debtor is in or out of business.
If you have unpaid freight invoices and aren’t sure what to do next, call 662-892-8591 to speak with one of AWA’s client specialists today!