Our success has largely been due to our collection expertise and diligence, along with our customer service skills.
Be assured that your accounts will be handled with utmost professionalism. Our management philosophy is to work with the debtors to resolve their account problems.
Our Group of Companies will provide your company with thorough collection services in a timely and cost effective fashion.
We consistently have a higher recovery rate for collections than our competitors and have the most sophisticated debt tracking and recovery system software on the market ( ICollect ). Our In-House Skip Tracing Department has proven being invaluable.
Our recovery software (InterStation ICollect) is recognized as the best collection software available.
We have strong company morale – the backbone of any successful business. Our low turnover allows our clients to develop a long-term relationship with our collector(s).
Daily, weekly or instant updates for your debt collections accounts. Online Reports 24/7/365 for you.
Our Collection Department assures that the debtor is comfortable speaking with our collectors, and understands all that is required.Place a File
The Turkish judicial system offers the structure for creditors to recover their unpaid accounts in Turkey. Our Turkish Lawyers and debt collection Team can assist you in Court and out of Court.Place a file
At the end of the year, Turkish consumer spending fell as the sentiment indicator fell to 58.8 in December 2019 from 59.9 in November 2019, the lowest indicator since April this year
In November, economic conditions in the Turkish industry did continue to degrade, although at a smoother rhythm than the previous month: from 49.0 in October, the Istanbul Chamber of Industry Purchasing Managers ' Index (PMI) increased to 49.5.
In November, Turkish consumer prices increased by 0.38% month-on-month, significantly below the 2.00% rise of the previous month and marking a 5 month minimum. November's smoother increase was guided by lower food and non-alcoholic beverage price rises; transportation; housing and utilities; and garments and shoes.