Send a final reminder for free
In this final reminder, you will notify your debtor of the extrajudicial collection costs that they will incur, should your debtor not pay the invoice within 15 days (consumers) / 5 days (companies). If you request a final reminder via De Nederlanden Debt Collection Agency, you can be sure that your final reminder meets all legal conditions. Requesting a final last reminder is completely free of charge at De Nederlanden Debt Collection Agency. You may send the final reminder on personalised stationery. If you want the letter to be sent directly by De Nederlanden Debt collection agency, we will charge you €17.50 (excluding VAT) provided that the debtor pays within the set term.
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Have the final reminder sent by De Nederlanden Debt Collection Agency
Did you know that sending a final reminder by a collection agency is more effective than when you send the reminder yourself? The person under default will feel more pressure to pay the invoice, partly due to the legal options that a debt collection agency has.
A final reminder on letterhead from De Nederlanden Debt Collection Agency
By using letterhead from De Nederlanden Debt Collection Agency to send your final reminder, your letter will attract more attention from the defaulting party. This will ensure a faster payment, and because no collection costs are charged here, the chance that the customer relationship will be maintained is very high.
If the debtor pays within the set term, we will charge € 17.50 (excluding VAT).
Send your final reminder yourself
You can also send your final reminder yourself on your own letterhead. If you fill in the above template, a final reminder that meets all legal requirements will be generated free of charge. You can then print the final reminder on your own letterhead and send it to your debtor.
What happens after the final reminder?
If your debtor pays your invoice immediately after receiving the final reminder, you need to worry about anything else, and neither you nor the debtor pay anything extra. This ensures that in most cases the customer relationship is not affected.
If the debtor does not pay your invoice following receipt of the final reminder, the debtor will be given notice of default for the principal sum owed, along with interest and collection costs. These collection costs are calculated on the basis of the applicable general terms and conditions or on the basis of the statutory interest and the collection costs (sub-district court). In this phase, we encourage the debtor to pay the additional invoice, via telephone or email, for example.
We work on a No Win, No Fee basis. If your debtor does not pay during this phase (notice of default), you will not have to pay anything either! If the debtor continues to not pay, then we will, in consultation with yourself, begin the legal phase.