We provide a bespoke, straight forward and efficient debt recovery service.
We work closely with clients to review internal processes and find ways to reduce bad debts. This includes advising on debt recovery processes and debt risk management.
We work with businesses to implement our own bespoke, secure web-based portal which has been recognised at the Claims Innovation Awards and British Legal Awards. Providing real time case management and MI capabilities for businesses with volume debt, we can deliver significant cost savings and efficiencies.
Our debt recovery clients include:
Canal & River Trust, King Cole, Molson Coors, Safestyle UK,
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Company Secretary, King Cole
“Gordons know our business. We highly value their down-to-earth and straight-talking approach.”
Company Secretary, Safestyle UK
“Gordons’ are our trusted partners. They know our business well, talk our language and get to the point quickly.”
Senior Credit and Lending Manager, Molson Coors
“We have worked with Gordons for over 20 years. They are easy to work with and adaptive; an extension of our team.”
Finance Director, GW Axup
“Gordons people provide pragmatic and practical advice, working quickly and accurately to meet our business needs.”
Financial Controller, Optare
“Gordons people are friendly, easy to talk to and quickly understand our legal needs. As a result, they deliver the best possible service.”
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