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Table Of Contents

About the Author
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Disclaimer
How to Use These Letters Effectively
Tips for Successful Collection Letters
Tips to Avoid Bad Checks
What to Do If You Receive a Bad Check
Letters for Bad Checks
Bad Check Letter #1
Bad Check Letter #2
Bad Check Letter #3
Bad Check Letter #4
Bad Check Letter #5
“Demand for Payment on Bad Check” Letter
“Account Closed” Letter
Rent Collection Letters
Rent Collection Letter #2
Rent Collection letter #3
Military Collection Letters
Military Letter
Collection Letters
“Payment Received” Letter
Small Claims Letter
Legal Proceedings Letter
Missed Promise Letter
Installments Letter
Credit Bureau Letter
“Problem” Letter
“Partial Payment Received” Letter
“48 Hours” Letter
“Ignoring Obligations” Letter
“Small Amount” Letter
“Small Amount” Letter #2
“Good Customer” Letter
“Enclosed Bill” Letter
“10 Days” Letter
“Numerous Attempts” Letter
“Early Termination Fee” Letter
“Second Notice” Letter
“Request for Payment” Letter
“Do Not Disregard” Letter
“Thank You for Recent Payment” Letter
“No Response” Letter
“Payment Not Received” Letter
“Promised Payment Not Received” Letter
Payment Confirmation Letter
“Installments” Letter
Request for Payment Plan
“Request for Payment Plan” #2
“Request for Payment Plan” #3
Litigation Letter
“Affecting Credit” Letter
“10 Days or Further Action” letter
Demand for Payment in Full
“Important Decision” Letter
Important Notice #2
“Settlement of Account” Letter
“Important Settlement Offer” Letter
Investigation Letter
Easy Credit Forms
Draft Permission Form
Credit Application #1
SAMPLE CREDIT APPLICATION
PROMISSORY NOTE (For Open Account Debt)
Credit Application #2
Consulting Agreement
CONSULTING AGREEMENT
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How to Get Your Customers to pay, fast, easy, effective letters

How to Get Your Customers to pay, fast, easy, effective letters

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Published by Michelle Dunn
Do you have customers that are slow payers or not paying you at all? Do you want the money that is owed to you? Do you want future customers to pay on time and in full?

Then this is the book for you!

How to get your Customers to Pay, Fast, Easy Effective Letters will help you:

* Write a clear concise letter that generates a result
* Collect money that is owed to you
* Have good customers that will pay on time and in full
* Spend more time running your business
* Have more money
* Be successful!

You can use these letters and forms as they are or modify them to get your maximum results. With this book you will learn how to create and use letters to collect more money with less effort.

A few tips I share in this book are:

1. Send a reminder immediately when account is past due
2. Tell your reason for the letter in the first sentence.
3. Include the balance due amount.
4. Make collection letters short and to the point.
5. Offer a solution.
6. Enclose an envelope for payment (or even postage!)
7. Be firm.
8. Assume the debtor will pay
9. Be friendly
10. Make each letter stronger
Do you have customers that are slow payers or not paying you at all? Do you want the money that is owed to you? Do you want future customers to pay on time and in full?

Then this is the book for you!

How to get your Customers to Pay, Fast, Easy Effective Letters will help you:

* Write a clear concise letter that generates a result
* Collect money that is owed to you
* Have good customers that will pay on time and in full
* Spend more time running your business
* Have more money
* Be successful!

You can use these letters and forms as they are or modify them to get your maximum results. With this book you will learn how to create and use letters to collect more money with less effort.

A few tips I share in this book are:

1. Send a reminder immediately when account is past due
2. Tell your reason for the letter in the first sentence.
3. Include the balance due amount.
4. Make collection letters short and to the point.
5. Offer a solution.
6. Enclose an envelope for payment (or even postage!)
7. Be firm.
8. Assume the debtor will pay
9. Be friendly
10. Make each letter stronger

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Published by: Michelle Dunn on Feb 28, 2010
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