Monthly Archives: August 2015

Top 3 Signs a potential customer is a Credit Risk

How can you tell if a customer might be a credit risk?  There are signs you can look for. If they shy away from filling out any paperwork, be cautious.  If someone has good credit and nothing to hide they … Continue reading

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Setting Credit Limits

You have your signed credit applications, you are having your customers fill them out and checking references. Now your stuck. How do you decide how much credit to extend or if you should extend credit to this person? There are … Continue reading

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Enforcing your Credit Policy

So you finally have a credit policy written and ready to go! How can you get everyone at your company to follow the policy? This can be harder than writing the policy!  First of all, have a metting and give … Continue reading

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Getting a Handle on Credit Management

Who is “In charge” of your business credit? So many people can’t answer this question! Not a good thing! If you can’t answer this question you need to look around and decide who is going to be in charge of … Continue reading

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