- The second reminder prompts the customer further to show payment is still overdue
- Customer's receive a professional template from your company
- Easy to use grey box's prompt to keep your paperwork consistent, accurate and official
- The series of reminder letters can be printed or stored electronically in case of court action or correspondence with solicitors
- The form has been designed to be easy to understand visually and can be altered if required
- This operation is standard practice and ensures you have followed a reasonable process even when you take legal action
Who would use it?
- Small business owners / Secretary
- Accounts department staff
What is it?
The 'Overdue Account - Reminder' is an overdue payment correspondence.
When would you use it?
You would use the 'Overdue Account - Reminder' whenever a job has been completed and the payment has still not been received from the customer.
Why would you use it?
You would use the 'Overdue Account - Reminder' to ensure you inform the customer that they have not paid the invoice on completion of works. As the due date has now passed, this is a reminder that payment is now expected. It is a permanent record of the correspondence and represents a professional business image. Use of the document ensures that as your business grows, you have practices that are typical in a medium to large business so you don't need to continually re-train staff.
The form is standard practice in every industry. Your company's documents should be of the same design format as it reflects your image and attitude towards being part of a group of 'Professional' tradesman.
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