No Charge Canadian CREDIT REPORTING | Collection Agency Canada
As a complimentary, no charge service Case Receivable Management Inc. reports all unpaid accounts on behalf of their clients to Equifax and Trans Union (the two largest Canadian nationwide credit bureaus) with no satisfactory payment arrangements on file at day 45 days of the collection cycle.
With the application of delayed credit reporting, additional leverage is created in our recovery process to encourage prompt payment of outstanding receivables on a voluntary basis. The behavior of the consumer is oftentimes modified to act once recognizing the opportunity to avoid derogatory ratings.
Non-performing accounts and accounts that CRMI is unable to locate, once reported to the credit bureau, create future opportunities for collection when the consumer applies for funding with other credit grantors who advise applicants with outstanding invoices to resolve derogatory items first prior to qualifying for additional credit lines. Unpaid collection items remain on a consumer’s credit report for a period of six (6) years.