Labrador’s Best Debt Collection
MetCredit is Canada’s Trusted Leader in Commercial Business and Consumer Debt Collections.
The recent growth of Newfoundland and Labrador’s oil and gas industry has fuelled economic development throughout the province, creating new wealth, and along with it new collection challenges.
With offices Canada-wide and licensed and bonded in every Canadian province and territory including Newfoundland and Labrador under the Newfoundland Collections Act, we are uniquely capable of collecting from debtors not only in Newfoundland and Labrador but anywhere in the country.
MetCredit. We get it.®
Collection Agency Since 1973.
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MetCredit’s extensive reach, advanced and proprietary collection industry technologies and unparalleled depth of legal and technical experience enables our nation-wide team to swiftly collect debt that would be unrecoverable to a smaller, less capable collection agency.
At MetCredit, we don’t get paid until we collect, meaning there is no risk to you. And with among the collections industry’s highest success rates, our clients see their money come in quickly, time after time, whether in St. John’s, Mount Pearl, Corner Brook, Conception Bay, Paradise, Grand Falls, Gander, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Torbay, Labrador City or other NL communities.
Specialized Debt Collection for Newfoundland & Labrador’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.
“I’m beyond impressed. With a fair measure of skepticism we turned over a pile of overdue accounts in Newfoundland and the Maritimes that we were mentally prepared to write off entirely. Within two weeks, we began receiving payments, and MetCredit ultimately collected on every one of them. You can’t beat that!”