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How to send an unpaid debt to collection?

I just started my own electrical contractor business (no employees, only myself) and I did a couple of service calls for a company, and afterwards sent them an invoice for $640.00 It's been almost three months, and I still have not been paid. I have contacted their maintenance manager ( the one who called me asking for assistance) and their accounts payable. They don't even return my calls, and I am tired of calling. What's the best way of sending this unpaid debt to collection? Who has to pay for the collection expenses? Please advice. Thanks

Asked By: ismael g - 2/11/2008
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I would first keep climbing the "chain" - don't know how large the company is, but surely they have a CFO, controller, or President. I would send a letter & a copy of your invoice to that person. Make sure you include documentation (signed job order, etc... More
Answered By: CyberCardinals - 2/11/2008
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