Collection Agency for All of Canada.
MetCredit is the top-performing Alberta collection agency for commercial business & consumer debt collection Canada-wide.
As an Alberta-born and Alberta-operated national collections specialist, we are deeply linked to the businesses that drive our economy—and we have a profound knowledge of Alberta’s oil and gas, manufacturing, agricultural, transport, retail, aerospace, construction and other diverse industries. We’re committed to keeping Alberta strong.
MetCredit. We get it.™
Agency Since 1973.
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MetCredit Understands Alberta
With more than four decades of Albertan history, we have collected debt for businesses in Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray and virtually every community in the province.
The common thread is that we are truly an Alberta born collection agency and 100% Alberta-owned business, meaning your success is in many ways intertwined with our own.
Since we opened our first office in Edmonton back in 1973, MetCredit has worked hard to offer Canadians the most comprehensive and high-tech debt collection services in the country, consistently delivering the industry’s best success rates.
From our head office in downtown Edmonton to physical offices in major cities across Canada, MetCredit is licensed and bonded in all 10 Canadian provinces and all 3 territories, making us Canada’s leading national debt collection agency. As an Alberta Collection Agency, we have been licensed under the Alberta Fair Trading Act continuously since 1973.
For fast business debt collection in Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Grande Prairie, Airdrie, Spruce Grove, Okotoks, Leduc, Lloydminster, Camrose, Cochrane, Peace River, High Level or other Alberta communities, or as the leader in Canada-wide collections, MetCredit is the one Alberta Collection agency you need to call.
Specialized Debt Collection for Alberta’s Unique Needs
Delaying could cost you more than you realize. It’s a statistical fact: the longer you wait to collect overdue accounts receivable, the less you are likely to recover.
See how much money owed to you is worth now, and what happens if you wait longer.
Your debt valued at $250
is now worth approximately:
100% of its original value,
without a collection agency.
Anyone who has visited our head office in Edmonton or any of our MetCredit locations is sure to remark that the singular word that resounds most clearly and constantly enterprise-wide is “respect.” That is far from an accident; it’s a core value of ours and how we have transformed the industry. It is through respecting our client’s own customer base and the real-world issues confronting every debtor, along with the practical solutions to those issues, that we are able to quickly and effectively collect debt, preserving valuable business relationships wherever possible.
Because MetCredit is a national collection agency, we are licensed and bonded to collect both commercial and consumer debt anywhere in Canada. What’s more, through MetCredit USA, we can collect in the United States as well.
The statute of limitations on debt collection in Canada is legislated provincially, so varies by the province or territory. In Alberta, you can no longer be granted a court judgment after two years—but you should never wait that long anyway. It’s best to send an account to collections no more than 60 days past the due date, and court action is seldom necessary. In rare cases when litigation is required, MetCredit has an in-house legal department to keep costs down.
“What hasn’t been said about the Alberta economy? We’ve trusted MetCredit as our Collection Agency for over twenty years to keep a rein on our cash flow, through Alberta’s many boom-bust cycles. These days we actually lose fewer customers and write off a fraction of the debt we did with our internal methods, which ranged from meek to heavy-handed depending on the temperature in Accounting. To prosper in Alberta, you simply NEED a consistently great collection agency like MetCredit.”