Dealing with debtors who do not pay their invoices?
Despite an amicable debt collection process has your debtor still not paid? Then you can have the process followed up with a judicial collection process carried out by Payt partner MICTA.
MICTA has also extensively automated the judicial debt collection process. As a result, the costs remain clear in the judicial process as well. You can keep in touch with your debtor about outstanding invoices via both the Payt and MICTA platform.
The options with MICTA
An amicable debt collection process
Enable a debt collection agency and an alternative
Engage a bailiff or lawyer
A defaulter costs you a lot of time and energy, especially if the invoice is outstanding or more than € 25,000. A large amount with consequences for your cash flow. For debts of that size or larger you always need a debt collection lawyer. Such a claim is brought to a civil court. In contrast to legal proceedings with a bailiff who ends up at the sub district court. In contrast to a debt collection agency or bailiff, a lawyer can litigate to have the invoice paid, file for bankruptcy and order before there is a judgment (precautionary attachment). Payt’s file contains all the elements MICTA needs to start the procedure.
MICTA founder Douglas Mensink has over 16 years of experience in the legal profession and over 25 years of experience in the field of IT and law. In addition, he also knows his way in other jurisdictions. MICTA is available for legal advice or support. The company is committed to solving problems quickly, professionally and well. The office provides short lines, transparency and result-oriented solutions.
Whatever you make, whatever you deliver.
Head of Financial Administration