Kapital Associates - Debt collection agecy

A cutting edge debt recovery and debt collection agency in Pakistan, provides services for Debt Recovery, Debt Collection, Asset Tracking, Documents varification, Identity varification and more. As a debt collection agency we have shown very good success to our existing customers.

Debt Collection Terms
Collection Agency - A firm whose purpose is to collect on delinquent accounts.
Bad Debt - Accounts receivable that will likely remain uncollectible and will be written off. Bad debts appear as an expense on the company's income statement, thus reducing net income. In general, companies make an estimate of bad debt expenses that might be incurred in the current time period based on past records as part of the process of estimating earnings. Most companies make a bad debt allowance since it is unlikely that all of their debtors will pay them in full.

Debtor - An individual or company that owes debt to another individual or company (the creditor).
Creditor - A person or organization which extends credit to others.
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act - A 1977 federal law that serves to regulate collection agencies. The FDCPA outlines the conditions under which these agencies may operate in an effort to prevent deception, harassment, and other unfair debt collection practices.

Accounts Receivable - Money which is owed to a company by a customer for products and services provided on credit. This is treated as a current asset on a balance sheet. A specific sale is generally only treated as an account receivable after the customer is sent an invoice.

Days Receivable - A measure of the average time a company's customers take to pay for purchases, equal to accounts receivable divided by annual sales on credit times 365.

Aging Report or Schedule
- A list of accounts receivable broken down by number of days until due or past due.

Usury
- Charging an illegally high interest rate on a loan or goods sold on credit.

Lien - A legal claim against an asset which is used to secure a loan or goods sold on credit and which must be paid when the property is sold. Liens can be structured in many different ways. In some cases, the creditor will have legal claim against an asset, but not actually hold it in possession, while in other cases the creditor will actually hold on to the asset until the debt is paid off. The former is a more common arrangement when the asset is productive, since the creditor would prefer that the asset be used to produce a stream of income to pay off debt rather than just held in possession and not used. A claim can hold against an asset until all the obligations to the creditor are cleared (a general lien), or just until the obligations against that particular assets are cleared (a particular lien).

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Why Kapital Associates

KAPITAL Associates (KAs), is the only service of its kind that offers FREE national and international debt recovery and assets tracing solutions following the principle of No collection No fee.

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"Our experience with Kapital Associates, has been very favorable. We would not hesitate to recommend your collection agency to a prospective client."

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