Collection Agency Services for Veterinarians in Canada
Veterinary clinics have unique business needs, and perhaps nowhere more than in the area of account recovery. Clients have deep love and affection for their animal companions, and often that love exceeds their budget. You understand, but clinic costs are high and your practice is a business. Cash flow is as important as with any business, yet collecting can be emotionally stressful for your staff—especially at times like this.
Leave veterinary clinic debt collection to the professionals. Since 1973, MetCredit has been a consumer collection agency trusted by:
- Pets and Companion Animal Veterinary Practices
- Emergency Veterinary Clinics
- Agricultural and Farm Animal Veterinary Practices
- Equine Hospitals and Specialized Veterinary Clinics
- Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarian Clinics
- Zoological Veterinary Practices
- Exotic Animal Veterinary Practices
Protect Your Relationships and Your Brand
Your clients are human beings who may be struggling, and often they represent vital relationships upon which you have built your practice. We get it.
MetCredit agents are highly trained at Solution-Oriented Recovery,™ our methodology built around our longstanding focus on Respect for every individual. We work to collect quickly and effectively as an objective third party to safeguard your brand and preserve client relationships wherever possible.
With offices Canada-wide, MetCredit is licensed and bonded in all Canadian provinces, which enables our highly trained collection officers to recover overdue veterinary accounts from consumer clients, farms and agricultural operators anywhere in Canada.
Make MetCredit Your Veterinary Clinic Collection Agency, and Take Charge of Your Cash Flow.
“We were apprehensive about using a collection agency, because so many of our client relationships are longstanding and situations can be highly delicate. While people may sometimes struggle to pay for the care received, we have unforgiving obligations of our own to meet. MetCredit has done a great job of collecting, and staff members are relieved to no longer have to make those calls.”