JULY 2015

ISSUE  
No. 18

Dear Subscriber









Do you know where your money is? 

Start the painless collection process at PICB-US.com

Get your Credit Risk Assessment at CheckItCo.com

 


STEWIE... A CREDIT MANAGER ?

 

By R.C. Burch

 

Securing payment from slow-paying or no-paying customers is difficult enough of a task on its' own, but that is not all a Credit Manager does DAILY. Many times it seems like managing a credit department is a thankless, never ending process of deciphering the good from the bad, the honest from the 'not-so-honest', listening to whining bad credit customers (who have an endless need to be swaddled and coddled regardless if they are deserving or not), all the while still maintaining an ethical decorum no matter the situation. It's enough to make a sane credit manager want to suck his thumb- which got us thinking.


 

Who Would Be The Worst Credit Manager Ever?

  

 


"24-ISH"


 

 

Original Artwork by Marc. Art, Inc.    mob5948@aol.com

 

 

 


CREDIT TIP
 Officer Liability for Failure to 
Disclose Agency

 

By Elliott M. Portman 


 

Do you know who your customer is? 
Are you sure?

 

Often a Seller of goods or services 

is unsure who to pursue legally if payment is not made on their bill. The situation is common, especially when there is no formal Credit Application taken prior to the unpaid transaction.  

 

Is the person you contracted with an "agent" and insulated from personal liability?


 

 


LOST & FOUND
 
Early in July someone faxed Check It Co a request for a Credit Risk Assessment report on a California company, but they failed to provide their information. 

WE DON'T KNOW WHO YOU ARE!! 

Your fax line was blocked and no 
attachments provided.

If you would like to claim your report please contact any staff member at 847/265-0400 and if you can correctly provide the customer's  name, YOUR REPORT IS DONE.

Please remember when you send a request for anything always provide your company name, the contact person, and the phone and/or email address.

TWO COMPANIES TOGETHER: PROTECTING PRINTERS' PROFITS

 

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