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First Collect International Debt Recovery India

First Collect International extends Overseas Debt Collection coverage in India.

 

First Collect International, Global Debt Recovery Specialists have increased their presence in India.

 

We are pleased to advise that with this new investment we now have additional partnership arrangements in India covering a further 80 cities and employing an additional 70 staff on the ground.

 

Our continued quality control of our foreign partners ensures the highest standards, ethics and collection rates for our clients throughout the world and keeps us at the forefront of No Result – No Fee Global Debt Recovery.

 

Some important facts when dealing with India;

 

• Currency                            INR

 

• Limitation Period               3 years from the due date of invoice and the same gets extended for further 3 years from a written acknowledgement of debt or a part payment made by the debtor.

 

• Capital                               New Delhi

 

To place any claims in India or for more information concerning our Global Debt Recovery service, please contact;

 

Neil Perkins
First Collect International Ltd
34-36 High Road
London E18 2TX
United Kingdom

Tel: 00 44 208 532 9637

 

info@firstcollect.com

 

 

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