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Instead of asking debtors how much they can “afford to pay,” for example, why not ask them how much they “are short”? This is a much more revealing question. Nasty Words in Collection Calls As you have seen, your choice of words is critical and can convey negative or positive images. An attorney would be wise not to use the word “accident” when representing a client in a personal-injury case. The word “accident” conjures up images of mistake, error, and being at fault. Repeated use of the word “accident” during the trial could paint a subconscious impression in the minds of the jurors that the victim was at fault.
Solution: Contrary to common belief, creditors can sometimes circumnavigate the nonpaying customer and derive payment directly from their customer. Because there is no “privity of contract” between you and your customers, customer liability is diluted; however, under certain conditions, two potent remedies are available, albeit only with specific legal criteria. Impleader recourse is one of the most misunderstood, yet effective, remedies. Tragically, naive creditors write off monies that could have been recovered.
Instead, ask what the debtor expects you to do. If the proposed solution is reasonable, then you can treat the situation as a customer service matter. If the problem cannot be readily resolved, or if the debtor demands too much, you have at least put the debtor in a more agreeable frame of mind. The key is to empathize with your debtor. Show a keen interest in the debtor’s situation and encourage him to talk. The more a debtor talks, the better! In most cases, complaints can be resolved amicably.