A Program Built Around Historical Data
ULS has built a successful repertoire in accounts receivable litigation services (“AR”). Our suite of AR services hone in and are catered-to-creditor’s goals or needs. ULS has assisted creditors and debt buyers through right of assumption and assignment agreements liquidate their AR at record volumes.
A Diligent Legal Strategy
ULS focus is to ensure that debtors are put through a proprietary screening process. ULS will skip trace, locate, initiate a claim, serve your claim, attend court dates, enter submissions and enforce judgments. Our cordial approach to the debtor-creditor relationship ensures that your reputational risk is minimized, and your delinquent debt ratios decrease.
A Variety of Happy Clients
ULS takes pride in assisting creditors (debt buyers) specifically: accountants, collection agencies, fund managers, construction contractors, Information Technology firms, hotels, printers, private universities, funeral homes, merchant service providers, internet re-sellers, veterinarians, fitness centres, automotive repair shops, interactive marketing agencies, art-dealers, produce wholesalers and meat processing plants.
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