House visit: How does it work?
During a house visit, an experienced employee will assess the situation and try to start the communication process discretely.
The purpose of a house visit is to indicate that you intend to proceed with issuing a summons. The debtor will be advised to make payment asap to avoid further costs. Or a proposal is made to make a payment plan/agreement. In addition, an effort is made (carefully) to get more details from your debtor.
You can then read this information and other findings in an extensive report.
Apply for a credit check?
Do you want to know more about the financial position of your (future) business relations? Or maybe you want to first gain insight into the creditworthiness, the payment behavior, the management and possibly the annual figures of your debtor before you decide whether or not to start legal proceedings?
Let us carry out a credit check, then you will get more certainty about the financial position of your debtor. We use multiple sources in this process, which increases the chance of an accurate, current and reliable outcome.
We list the results in a customized report. Based on this report, you can make a thorough assessment of whether or not to enter into a business relationship or to properly assess whether it is financially sensible to issue your debtor with a summons or not.
A credit check consists of:
- General company details
- Company associates/relations
- Real estate data
- Other information (Bankruptcy/WSNP/Receivership and administration register)
- Payment record
- Credit advice