Managed by our in-house co-ordinators, our nation-wide team of Field Agents can perform repossessions, serve court documents, conduct interviews and confirm information in a manner that is both professional and timely. With daily scheduling, unparalleled knowledge and on-site reporting, you can trust that your accounts will be handled by the best.
If you have a legal document in need of service, our field agents are able to attend a minimum of 3 occurances (at various times of the day) whether the action was commenced with us or not. From the first attendance, valuable information is sought, to ensure that service is achieved within the first round of attempts.
With a carefully selected and trained team across Australia, our team are experts in their field. Identifying the need to internalise our Field work several years ago, we have perfected the process of service and collection to ensure your accounts have the greatest chance of recovery and retention.
Our field agents are experts at retrieving assets, serving writs, subpoenas and other court documents. Our field agents are trained in negotiating payments and arrangements face to face with your subjects, and if the subject is longer at the given address, we canvas the immediate area for further information and provide you with a detailed report.
The head office co-ordination team distributes jobs to each agent based on time-sensitivity and location, so that the maximum efficiency is achieved, resulting a prompt turnaround.
So whether you require a repossession, document service or an agent to confirm and attend a property, our Internal Repo team have you covered.
If you are unable to make a full or lump-sum payment on your overdue account, then we may be able to help you to arrange a Payment Plan.
Before proposing a Payment Arrangement, it is important to know how much you can comfortably afford. There is no point in making an offer that you can’t stick to, or
There is no set figure for an acceptable arrangement, so proposing a fair and sustainable payment plan is the most likely course of action to get approved.
If you are unable to pay your bills as and when they are due (without resorting to credit), then you would be deemed ‘Insolvent’. If you haven’t already done so, then a budget is a great place to start. Negotiating a sustainable payment plan with all your creditors may help to keep you on top of things.
If you have assessed your finances and are still unable to keep your head above water, then there are several free Aid of Hardship services available to advise on the next best step.
Your debt isn’t likely to disappear though and ignoring it can lead to additional and unnecessary legal costs being added, so please keep us or your creditors informed of your situation (no matter how uncomfortable it is to talk about).
At times, all it takes is a third party to get involved
PCS has perfected our own method of