|DEMAND FOR PAYMENT - FIRST NOTICEDEMAND FOR PAYMENT - SECOND NOTICEDEMAND FOR PAYMENT - THIRD NOTICEDEMAND FOR PAYMENT - FINAL NOTICE BEFORE COLLECTIONSDEMAND FOR PAYMENT - FINAL NOTICE BEFORE LEGAL ACTION
We appreciate your business. However, it has recently come to our attention that your accountWe haven't heard from you regarding your accountYour accountWe have attempted several times to resolve the problem of your past due accountWe have advised you repeatedly of your long overdue balance for your account () is overdue in the amount of $ which is overdue in the amount of $ remains overdue in the amount of $. However, we have still not yet received payment of the outstanding amount, which is now significantly in arrears. Your account is overdue in the amount of in the amount of $.. Since you have failed to make payment, we have turned your account over to our attorneys and instructed them to bring suit without further delay.. This payment was originally due on . Please remit payment by to avoid any late fees.A late notice was mailed to you on . We urge you to remit payment immediately.A late fee of $ has now been assessed to your account. Your payment of $ is due immediately.
If you have any questions regarding this letter or your account, please do not hesitate to contactIf you have any questions about this letter or your account, or about arranging an alternative payment schedule, please do not hesitate to contactAlthough we wish to resolve this matter amicably, we are prepared to take legal action if necessary. If you would like to discuss your account or payment options, contactIf you have any questions regarding your account, please do not hesitate to contact at or . This is your final notice. Unless we receive your payment for $, we will turn your account over for collection immediately.There is still time to avoid a lawsuit if you contact us within five (5) days to make reasonable payment. This will be your final opportunity to resolve matters out of court. We strongly urge you to take this opportunity and avoid expensive and time-consuming litigation.
If you have already sent in your payment, please disregard this notice.
Thank you.Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.
What's a late payment collection letter?
Collecting late payments is one of the most frustrating chores for any business owner. Aggressive collection letters have their place, but they can alienate customers and erase the possibility of any future business. An amicable first letter might get better results. You can pick the best tactic for your business in this series of five collection letters; give customers five chances to settle their debts with this series of notices.
Here's the information you'll need to have handy to complete your late payment collection letter:
Who it's going to
: Have the customer's contact information ready. This includes their full name and address.
: This consists of the amount owed, the account number associated with the customer, and important deadlines such as due dates and when to expect a second, third, fourth, and final notice if the outstanding amount is unpaid.