Debt Collection post COVID-19 Lockdown

Although Debt Collectors in South Africa were only able to operate remotely during lockdown stages 4 & 5, we are now back at our offices in full force and ready to help you collect your debt.

Able Tracers and Debt Collectors is a debt collection agency with over 55 years of experience. We specialise in debtor tracking and collecting unpaid debts from individuals and commercial entities.

While our debt collection agency is based in friendly Port Elizabeth, we are able to provide debt collection services worldwide.

Debt Collectors have earned a bad name; however, we pride ourselves on our ethical debt collection practices and strict code of conduct. We are committed to client satisfaction.

Our debt collection services are convenient, affordable, and feasible – back by our extensive experience, resources, and technology.

Our Debt Collection Services

You will receive a monthly update on our progress, and we will remain in constant contact with both, as our client, and the debtor to ensure a high level of professionalism. 

Our Costing

Our services are charged at industry standard prices and we work on a commission basis. We do not charge any upfront fees or take a deposit before commencing.

Able Tracers & Debt Collections South Africa

The majority of SME do not have the funds to sustain an in-house credit department. This causes cashflow issues and sometimes results in the business building up their own debt.

If your business is struggling with debt collection, especially during the COVID-19 lockdown, it is a sensible decision to contact us. We will handle the debt collection process, so that you can focus on your business and its growth.

Contact our debt collection agency in South Africa, for expert assistance.

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