...was established as a possible prevention against insolvency of entrepreneurs to protect their expenditures and time against bad payers who have "forgotten" to pay for their ordered services/goods. Currently in the system:
Anyone can have a temporary problem with overcoming a lack of cash flow in the company. However, ordering of services/goods from a "colleague" entrepreneur, knowing that there isn't sufficient cash flow in the company, causes a chain reaction of insolvency. The accumulation of debts can cause us many problems.
Ordering parties can't in this way create a kind of "credit line" by not paying their invoices, not solving the problem.
It is always necessary to maintain good relationships for the sake of the future, and agree on minimum instalments, in case of temporary insolvency.
Adding a debtor to the project "unpaid.support" you draw attention to insolvency of a company, which is unable to meet its financial obligations at the moment. Nevertheless, a company, which is otherwise solid may suffer, because of its own debtors and is not able to continue to pay invoices. That is why we try to distinguish among such cases when inputting unpaid invoices.
We do not disclose profiles of debtors on social networks, no SEO indexation, which remain on the web months after the debtor has paid the invoice.
The debtor will receive a reminder by e-mail to which he/she can respond. The list of debtors is not freely accessible. In order to find it, company ID needs to be provided.
Paradoxically, every business can have a problem with cash flow. However, it makes a difference, if someone retracts and abuses the trust of a business partner or informs suppliers and comes up with a solution.
We do not provide information you entered to debt collectors and lawyers. The project protects B2B relationships.
Sign in to project "UNPAID.SUPPORT" and add your debtors. Easy management of unpaid invoices, debtors, up to date summary overviews.
If a claim is well-founded, the creditor may disclose a legal entity without fear of legal consequences or breach of privacy.
We encourage disclosing invoices as soon as possible after the due date, if they were not disputed, for example, by filing a complaint or termination of an order prior to the delivery.
They are the business relationships between two or more companies for their needs. Let's keep correct relations and pay for what we ordered!