CIS DRS law firm offers effective accounts receivable services worldwide, using an international network of qualified and certified debt collectors in the Philippines. There are many unique requirements for ar accounts receivable in the Philippines that differ from debt collectors in your area. When choosing a company to cooperate with and resolve debt problems, it is important that cases are handled by local debt collection experts. This method allows for much more success and ensures that you get the best service and can get your money back without huge costs.

Our Philippines partners know the local laws and work in a client-oriented approach that we approve of with our clients. This allows us to start a complex collection of accounts receivable cases, which may require prejudgment attachment, urgency procedures, winding-up petition, or filing a bankruptcy. Our Philippines partners know which steps to take to solve loan receivable as soon as possible. We notify our clients about every step that will help to settle financial receivables in a quality manner.

Advantages of foreclosure accounts receivable financing cases

Collection of receivables service in the Philippines allows you to hire an experienced lawyer staff who is committed to your business. You are getting a team member who works on the tasks you assign them and solves problems with debt accounts receivable in the shortest possible time.

Our experts added security and the ability to collect the money rightfully owed to you on time. We guarantee exemplary service and high-quality work to collect AR collections.

Before starting your AR financing case, our specialists will inform you of the commission charged in the Philippines. We are also ready to anticipate that your case will require litigation and will inform you of the possible success of your case in the Philippines.

How CIS DRS agency provides Accounts Receivable in the Philippines

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Choosing our company to resolve issues with overdue accounts receivable, you are hiring professionals with over 10 years of experience. Our local partners who work with debtors’ accounts receivable cases know the local language and culture, operate with local laws, suggest the best methods of initiating debt recovery letters and processes, and are in the same time zones.

We offer clients two ways to resolve payment receivable cases. In the pre-trial period, we work with your Filipino debtors by collecting info about your debtor (credit track record, contact detail, and other information). Based on the laws and practice of keeping records of accounts receivable accountants, we gain the necessary documentation concerning the debt to ensure that your general terms and conditions with your client are binding. We check all accounts to make sure the client owes you money.
We then send your client written notices and make calls to alert them that we have started accounts receivable debt collection. If the debtor does not respond to calls and emails, our lawyers may go to court on your behalf to resolve your AR accounts receivable case.

CIS DRS services - Accounts Receivable in the Philippines

CIS DRS law company has more than 10 years of experience with providing accounts receivable services and operates on the no cure no pay principle. We are developing a strategy for resolving AR allowance amicably, but if the amicable option cannot obtain a desirable solution, then you will not incur any payments.

Our team will do our utmost to reach AR receivable best results. We know how to settle in the recovery of your debt. Contact us to find more information about debt receivable services. Our experts will suggest to you the best solution to overdue receivables as soon as possible.

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Serving Clients in PHILIPPINE for more than two decades
Debt Collection
  • analysis of trade documents in default
  • credit check of the debtor's company
  • strategy for peaceful settlement
  • drafting official demand letters
  • phone negotiations with debtor
  • personal negotiations with debtor
  • drafting restructuring plan
  • control of installment payment
Debt Management
  • portfolio analysis
  • control of payment terms
  • timely reminders
  • soft communication with clients
  • advisory regarding billing cycles
  • reminders via emails
  • receivables control
  • legal review of trade documents
  • translation of the documents
  • drafting a Power of Attorney
  • making a strategy of litigation
  • drafting and filing law-suit
  • application for assets seizure
  • participation in court hearings
  • obtaining judgment for client
  • legal review of arbitration clause
  • translation of necessary documents
  • drafting a Power of Attorney
  • making a strategy for arbitration
  • drafting and filing law-suit with IAC
  • application for assets seizure
  • participation in arbitration hearings
  • obtaining arbitral award for client
  • analysis of judgment or arbitral award
  • making a strategy of enforcement
  • drafting application for enforcement to local court
  • participation in court's hearings
  • obtaining writ of enforcement
  • filing the writ to Bailiff's Service
  • control of execution work
  • filing creditors claims
  • representing clients in creditors committee meetings
  • bankruptcy process monitoring
  • liquidators communication
  • regular reporting to client
  • assets recovery


No Recovery-No Fee.
  • Verifying Debtor's Address
  • Checking Debtors' Status in Database
  • Brief Report to Client
  • Case Strategy Design
  • Confirmation Receipt
  • Claims Automation System
  • Case Processing Starts Immediately
Our lawyers do their best to collect your credits
  1. Get Proposal
  2. Forward for Client's Approval
  3. Collect Payment to Client
  4. CLOSE the File
Whether Debtor Responds Positively (if yes)
  1. Send In-house Demand Notice
  2. Whether Disputes (if yes)
  3. Get Proposal from Debtor
  4. Forward for Client's Approval
  5. Collect Payment to Client (if approved)
  6. Suggest Court Case If Worth (if no)
  7. CLOSE
Whether Responds Negatively (if no)
  1. Convince for Amicable Settlement
  2. Get Proposal
  3. Forward for Client's Approval
  4. Collect Payment to Client (if approved)
  5. CLOSE
Whether Disputes (if no)
You always receive reports regarding our efforts in time

  1. Current Status of Each Case
  2. Collection Efforts Our Lawyers Have Already Done
  3. What Should Be Done Further
  4. Expected Outcome Or Suggestion

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TEL: +86-532-82-02-2526

1805 Parkson International Business Center, 44-60
Zhongshan Road, 266001, Qingdao Shandong, CHINA

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