We are a collection agency for freelancers and small businesses.

You're busy, and dealing with nonpaying clients is stressful. We shoulder the burden.
We're 100% contingency-based, so we only make money when you do.


No Stress

No Upfront Fee

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Expert Advocacy

We're freelancers like you.

If you’re here, you’ve probably done some work and not been paid for it.  We’re freelancers too. We started this company because we’ve faced the problem you’re having now.

You’re not alone. 77% of freelancers report instances of nonpayment or late payment. You’re a freelancer, not a volunteer, and you deserve to be paid for your work.

Our expertise in collections can save you time and headaches, remove your emotional involvement from the negotiation and, most importantly, (hopefully) get you paid.


We Are Not

Lawyers.
We are non-attorney advocates, and while we are experienced in collecting your outstanding payment, we should never be mistaken as a substitute for legal advice.

Over-promisers.
We offer no guarantees of payment. We only guarantee our passionate advocacy on your behalf.

Hired muscle.
We won’t break any kneecaps.

 


 

We Are

Unemotional yet passionate advocates.
We take over correspondence with your clients and use proven techniques to get you paid.

Respectful yet firm.
We give your clients the opportunity to do the right thing and resolve your case amicably before we escalate the situation.

Tenacious yet strategic.
We’ll negotiate settlements on your behalf. (You’ll have final approval.)

Contingency-driven.
We only make money when you do.

We can't promise to get you paid, but we will be your passionate advocates.

Tell us your story.
We'll route your case to our vetted network of collection agents, lawyers, and other professionals.
If our experts think they have a shot at getting you paid, we'll get back to you with a fee quote.
Fees are typically between 20% and 50% of the amount recovered, depending on a variety of factors (amount owed, collectibility, etc.).

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