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Writing Your Letter of Demand

Updated: Jul 29, 2021

All small business owners know the struggle of unpaid invoices. There may come a time where you take the step to send a letter of demand to the client or person who owes you money.

Here are 3 tips from business.gov.au about writing your letter of demand. 👇



1. Find out who owns the business. Sometimes, the person you dealt with may not be the owner of the company. Do some background research and see if you can find the owner, address your letter to them.


2. Drafting the letter. There are several templates online that outline the basic principles. Remember, these are standard guidelines only – a debt collector will posses all the skill necessary to correctly secure your lost payments, so you don’t have to go through this hassle.


3. Check and send your letter. Is the tone polite and respectful? have you signed and dated it? does it include accurate information?



Remember: letters of demand may be a good place to start – but are never an ongoing solution. When you’re owed money, the best solution is hiring a debt collection agency to get you paid! Save yourself the stress, get back to doing what you do best. ✅



Our professional team is trained and dedicated to getting your debt paid quickly.


Find out how we can help.

https://www.standard8advisorydebtrecovery.com/


📞1300 999 787

📩info@standard8advisory.com.au


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