17 Collection Letter Templates for Small Business
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Use these proven Business Collection Letter Templates as they’re written or just to get you started and you’ll be collecting more of your hard earned money faster than you ever thought possible!
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I think it was Mark Twain that said
“The difference between the right word and almost the right word is like the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.”
Likewise, the difference between a “collection letter” that works and a “collection letter” that doesn’t work may be the difference between making payroll or not – bouncing checks or not, sleeping tonight, or not. That might be a little dramatic for you, but for many small business owners it understates the case. Past due receivables are one of the most often reported and frustrating challenges small business owners face today.
Well written collection letters are an essential component of any effective in-house collection system, but knowing what to say and when to say it can be confusing, intimidating and energy draining.
Collections letters are a tricky business. You need to be friendly but not too friendly, professional but not officious, effective but not overbearing. The correct language and letter style need to match your particular situation, and somehow you need to make sure you maintain a working relationship with your customer AND STILL GET PAID. Whew!
If you’re tired of:
- Searching for just the right tone and language for your collection letters.
- Spending your limited time looking for just the right words for your collection letters.
- Wondering if your collection letters will work?
- Reading through collection letter templates and examples to find the right letter for your business.
If you want to know:
- How to ‘keep it friendly’ and still get paid?
- What to say to get the most responses?
- Which words get you paid faster and
- Which words risk your relationship with your customer?
If you want to stop struggling, stop thinking about it and just get paid fast………
Help is only a few words and a couple of clicks away!
My Story …
Hi, my name is Vienna Castellaw. I made my first collection call back in 1973 when the owner of the small window shade manufacturer I worked for stormed into our front office, threw his aging down on our receptionist’s desk (owners yelled and threw stuff all the time back then, ‘without getting sued’) anyway he threw it on her desk, yelled something about invoices over 90 days, told her to call our customers and get his money and stormed out of the room.
She, sweet thing that she was, immediately burst into tears, and I being the kind and nurturing sole that I am said “oh for _____ sake, give it to me, I’ll do it”. The rest as they say, is history. Since that day almost 40 years ago, geez that makes me feel old, I’ve made thousands of collections calls and written and mailed more collection letters than I can count. I’ve faced every imaginable collection situation and many that I’m sure you could never imagine! In fact, I’ve gone so far as to challenge more than one debtor to “come up with one I haven’t heard and I’ll pay this debt for you”. So far, no winners.
My Point Is …
I’ve written a lot of collection letters, made a lot of collection calls and collected a lot of money in the last 40+ years. I know what works and what doesn’t work in accounts receivable invoice collections. And I know, from working with dozens of small business owners in over 60 different industries, that writing collection letters is sometimes intimidating and always annoying and time consuming.
If you’re ready to stop being intimidated, aggravated and wasting time searching for just the right word or tone. In fact, if you’re ready to stop searching for anything at all when it comes to collection letters, I’ve got an easy to use set of 17 powerful and effective collection letters I’ve compiled for your immediate use.
Download your full set of seventeen collection letter templates now and you’ll start collecting your past due invoices faster and with less hassle than ever before, only $32.97
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