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At InterStation Turkey our staff are very well versed in Commercial Law, Banking and Financial debt collections, making InterStation second to none in the
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Overdue bills are a nuisance

As unfair as it may seem, some Turkish businesses do not pay their bills until they have to, as it can be a cheap way to get a loan from you.
Typically late payment is not because your Turkish customers are insolvent.

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👉 Once a third party is involved it is often the case that debtors pay faster
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Avoid Risk(s)

Make clear to your Turkish customer that you expect to be paid on time,  at each contact, and always call if payment is past due. You will be on their "critical tasks to do" when they schedule their payments.
Many Turkish businesses will pay the creditor that make the most noise, make sure this is you.

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Prevention tricks

Do not supply customers who haven’t paid their invoices on time, this will reduce the risk of being exposed to bad debt in Turkey. Resolve any disputes immediately, the same day. Turkish customers have the bad habit to use the dispute as an excuse for non-payment or delay them.

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Turkish Law is your Ally

...if you act early.
Once you place the file with InterStation Turkey there’s a high possibility that the customer will realise you’re strongly going after the debt in Turkey.  They will often pay up straight away, most times a letter from our Turkish lawyer or native Turkish debt collector will solve the matter in few days.

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“In Turkey, Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises constitute 99.9% of total number of enterprises"
"Although Turkish SMEs have significant problems such as access to favourable financing conditions, internalization, global competitiveness skills and innovation skills, their entrepreneurship skills are stronger and they havedynamic organizational capabilities"
"The venture and growth capital invested in Turkish Economy is in a steady growth trend and theinvestment values are almost tripled between 2008 and 2011. Although it’s not the best Turkey has one ofthe fastest growing rates in the world. "
"Just as the investment figures Turkey has successful scores of bankruptcies in the period of crisis. While the bankruptcy score of Turkey is the lowest in the list in 2008, it is third in 2009 and the growth rate between 2010 and 2011 is only 5.9%."
"SMEs in Turkey have important roles and contributions to gross domestic product, employment and dynamism of the economic and social structures."
“As the economy globalize more, the Turkish more firms have to compete with foreign rivals beside the domestic ones."
"Results of study show that SMEs form 99,9% of the industry in Turkey however only 55% of the SMEs are operating in value added sectors. They need dedicated financial support programmes and policy initiatives for increasing their levels of global competitiveness."
"SMEs play a particularly important role in the Turkish economy, because of their number and because of the large share of the workforce involved. The government authorities have for many years carried out a variety of programmes to support these enterprises. "
"In most economies and in most industries, both large firms and SMEs can survive. The number of small, medium or large enterprises should be determined by market competition."
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Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) constitute a major part of the Turkish economy, accounting for a large proportion of the country's businesses and total employment.

Turkey has developed a sound and well-structured SME policy, supported by a range of well-established institutions, covering all the key policy dimensions of the SBA.
Turkey scored above average in all measures except for bankruptcy procedures and the operational environment." OCDE

"Less than 5% of available bank credit is provided to industrial SMEs, even though they account for 99.5% of the establishments in the industrial sector, 66.5% of employment in the sector, and 34% of value added in the sector." OCDE Report
Success Fee and Case by Case Mixed Fees
Collection phone calls
Debt Collection Letters and Emails
Site visits to debtor
Reporting to Turkish Credit Bureaus
Place a file for debt collections
Mix Fee Based
Collection phone calls
Legal debt collection letters
Site visits to debtor
Reporting to Turkish Credit Bureaus
Place a file for debt collections
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