Getting Your Cash Flow Ship Shape
Often, an unfortunate situation faced by marina operators is non-payment of berthing or storage bills.
Subsequently, when overdue payments are chased and communication is ignored, this can result in consequences such as abandoned boats, which prevents the berth or storage space from being let to others and therefore, hampers profitability.
It's a Shore Thing
Our skilled team are here for you to make debt recovery easier. At Barclay MIS, we recover debt for a wide range of industries and clients, by preparing the most effective approach for each individual case.
You can rest assured that with our Protect & Collect Plan, you’ll be provided with a support service designed to increase your leverage when a debtor becomes uncooperative.
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For over 35 years, Barclay MIS has been innovative in the field of debt recovery. We offer a range of products and services that utilises cutting edge technology that securely recover debt in accordance with legislation.
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