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10 day Demand Letters

10 Day Demand Letters is an economical way to thin out a herd of delinquent debtors. Our AAB ten day notice system helps bring a collection problem to a conclusion in 10 days or less. The best way to separate the wheat from the chaff is with a 10 Day Demand Letters.

Our final notice system can increase your recoveries on early stage debt by as much as 56%. It will educate your clients to abide by your credit terms and help reduce DSO.

If you had a simple letter tool that could separates the slow paying companies from ones that have arbitrarily decided not to pay you, would you use it? At AAB we have that tool. It's our online Priority Placement 10 Day Final Demand Letters.

All you have to do is enter your accounts into our final notice system and we mail a final demand letter, at our expense to your customer on our letterhead. There is no cost or charges for our 10 Day Demand Letters.

How do 10 day Demand Letters work?

Accounts 130 days old or less are eligible for our AAB 10 day demand letters. Our Free Final Demand Letter, issued by our office, will direct the debtor to make payments to you direct. If they don’t make payment or arrangements then the account goes directly into collection. If they pay then all you have to do is let us know to stop the automatic listing in our ten day final notice system.

Simply enter your accounts online into our final notice system and we mail a final demand letter direct to your customer on our letterhead.

If payment is remitted by the debtor within the 10 Day Free period, our agency receives no commission. If payment in full is not received within the specified 10 Day time frame, collection activity commences and our fee is applicable based upon contractual collection rates and our Terms and Conditions.

How do I get started?

Getting on to our Ten day final notice system is easy. You've got absolutely nothing to lose. If the account pays, it costs you nothing. If the account doesn't pay, you've probably sent it to us early enough that you have a good chance of recovery.

Give us a call or schedule a free consultation on our 10 Day Demand Letters.
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