You have just found the real debt collection solution for your receivables.
We, at InterStation Turkey, are specialists in the recovery and collection of overdue business debts for Turkish and cross-border cases since 1998.
Our services include:
County Court claims - Debtor Tracing - Asset Tracing - Company Searches - Private Bailiff recovery - Statutory Demands - Charging orders - Third Party Debt orders - Attachment of Earnings in addition to a host of further litigation services in Turkey.
We always agree with our clients on the best course of action to guarantee that we can recover debts in Turkey successfully and effectively on their behalf.
We have a high rate of success and have more than doubled the recovery rate for many companies who have traditionally sought to recover their accounts in Turkey.
We offer a full Debt Collection service with an advanced techniques, 20 years of experience and success in the Turkish Debt Recovery industry.
We provide excellently-established professional expertise and ensure timely status reports on your legal procedures in Turkey.
pre court action debt collection and post judgement enforcement. We customise our debt recovery service to meet our creditors individual requirements.
This can vary between carefully persuading a debtor to pay - for example a long term valued client - to a more aggressive and direct approach, including seizing goods under warrant, tracing absconded debtors and other post judgement enforcement action.
who are extremely effective in recovering goods or assets, even from the most resilient debtor. We also offer a credit checking service for your new clients to help minimise bad debts in the first place.
know how and amendments to your terms and conditions, you can minimise the cost of having to recover overdue debts in Turkey.
Make a provision in your terms and conditions that "all debt collection fees incurred in recovering overdue accounts will be added to the overdue invoice amount"
While our main goal is to collect the debt that is owed, our debt collection agencies also work hard to make sure that the business owner–client relationship stays intact if at all possible.
When we make our effort to reach out to your customer to secure payment, terms are often worked out and then it is business as usual.
Simply complete our contact form and allow our debt collection agencies professionals evaluate your specific needs and recommend a level of service to meet the scope of your accounts and the unique needs of your business.
Effective and fast recovery of debts in Turkey of a company is crucial if you want to get back your cash fast. it makes perfect sense to leave debt recovery to professionals so as to ensure maximum cash flow in the business.
Our debt collection agency deliver effective results that do not compromise any business relationships. With many years of hands-on experience, our debt collection agency in Turkey is perfect for your business.
If we look at the country’s economic history for the last 100 years, Turkish economic expansion has been quite remarkable given the few natural resources it has.
is derived from various European legal structures and accepts compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with some variations. Turkey is member of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) located in France.
The judicial system in Turkey has a multipartite structure at the levels of first instance courts, district courts and supreme courts. Constitutional Court (AYM), judges appointed by the President; High Court of Appeals (Yargitay) and Council of State (Danistay), judges are elected by the Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK). Court of Accounts (Sayistay); Military High Court of Appeals; Military High Administrative Court (YAS).
Turkey is one of the world’s biggest markets with a population of 76 million and a labour force of 28 million.
Half of the population is below the age of 30, Turkey has the highest youth population and 4th largest labour force compared to EU-27 countries.
Within 4 hours of flying distance, Turkey has access to 1.5 billion customers in Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa and to markets with a total $25 trillion GDP.
Turkey’s major export partners in 2013 were Germany (9%), Iraq (8%) and the UK (5.8%), while major import partners were Russia (10%), Germany (9.6%), China (9.8%) and USA (5%). UK is Turkey’s 8th biggest trade partner with 3.7% market share in its overall trade.
According to Ernst & Young’s M&A (mergers and acquisitions) Barometer report, Turkey’s M&A market had the highest transaction number and volume (297 transactions with $18 billion investment) in 2012 in the Central and South Eastern Europe Region.