National Commercial Services, Inc. is a professional, minority owned and certified commercial collection agency representing a varied clientele throughout the United States. With over two hundred years of combined business to business debt collection experience, we provide our clients with superior results and excellent customer service.
At National Commercial Services we know that commercial debtors have different reasons for allowing their accounts to become delinquent. Sometimes it is merely an unwillingness to pay. At other times, it may be a temporary financial hardship or an over-extension of resources. These businesses may want to pay, but repeated demands may aggravate the problem. Accordingly, our professional collectors use their sophistication, expertise and over twenty years average commercial collection experience, to quickly assess the likelihood of collecting the account. Our senior collectors will always strive to collect the balance in full, while at the same time attempting to salvage the business relationship between the debtor company and our client.
We cannot emphasize enough, the importance that we at National Commercial Services, place in providing our clients with the most efficient and responsive service possible. Thus, it is our policy to retain the very best collectors we can find to meet our high standards of professionalism.
We would welcome the opportunity to demonstrate our superior collections services to your company.
All funds collected during the course of a calendar month are reported and remitted monthly on or about the 15th business day of the following month
Should your accounts require litigation to collect, or we feel the debtor company will only respond to a collection attorney, we will seek your authorization to place the claim with a bonded attorney located within your debtor company’s jurisdiction. When a claim is forwarded for legal action, the next contact with the debtor will be from the selected attorney. Clients are responsible for the filing fees and court costs associated with your case should litigation become necessary. None of these costs will be incurred without your prior authorization.