Special Handling

When Essential Accounts Receivable Are At-Risk

"ARMSCO's knowledge, experience and strategies yield best results. It is like no other collection service I have ever dealt with."​                                   Reference available ​on request

When Accounts Become Too Costly, Complex and Contentious to Pursue
When All Else Fails and  Write-Off Is Not An Option
Serving SME & Fortune 500 Creditors Since 1985 
Deep-Process Professional Investigation
Litigation-Averse Attorney & Executive Mediators
Cases Made, Tried and Won Out of Court
In-Statute 2nd Placements Accepted
Contingent Fees

     When essential B2B accounts receivable are at risk of loss and write-off is not an option, ARMSCO professionally makes, tries and wins challenging, high-value collection cases out of court.

 

   Extensive experience, innovative strategies, persuasive skill and a long-successful track record give us the confidence to throw our good money after your bad to profit us both.

  Instead of high-tech call center systems that are programmed to maximize agency profits, ARMSCO employs deep-process investigators and litigation-averse attorney and executive mediators.  Armed with superior authority, compelling arguments and win-win solutions, we reopen, thoroughly investigate, mediate and recover major bad debt losses.

  Commercial bad debts do not typically result from debtors' inability to pay, but rather from unresolved customer service issues, misinterpreted contract terms and misdirected invoices.  Many are wrongly assumed “out of business” or “skipped”, but all have been pushed to the rear of production queues as uncollectible for many months.  In ARMSCO’s practical experience, more than one-third of such accounts – often far more than one-third – prove to be collectible.

     If your written, signed, oral or implied contracts at all support your collection claims, we will most likely prevail, and you will most likely be paid.

   Let us throw our good money after your bad and

Make a lot of your bad money good again!

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