The fastest, most successful way to collect an unpaid debt successfully and quickly is to work with a collection agency that knows your state’s unique collection laws. Hiring a Texas collection agency — or a national agency which has experts on Texas collections law on staff — can dramatically boost your chances of successfully collecting on your unpaid account.
Summit AR is a a professional collection agency and debt collection is all we do, so you are likely to recover more of what is owed to you than if you were to pursue delinquent customers yourself.
We can assist with the recovery of your problem accounts in any corner of Texas, including Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Corpus Christi, Plano, and Garland. Contact us today to get your case started.
Texas Collection Laws Interest Rate
|Legal:||6%, can charge up to 18% with agreement. Without agreement, statutory interest of 6% begins to run 30th day after becoming due|
Texas Collection Laws Statute Of Limitations
|Open Account:||4 years|
|Written Contract:||4 years|
|Domestic Judgment:||10 years renewable|
|Foreign Judgment:||10 years renewable|
Texas Collection Laws Bad Check Laws (NSF) (Civil Penalty)
Texas Collection Laws General Garnishment Exemptions
Texas Collection Laws Collection Agency Bond & Licensing Rules
If you’re looking for a collection agency that knows Texas, contact Summit AR today for fast, friendly, and effective results.
Disclaimer: While we strive to keep our state resource data accurate and up-to-date, the information contained on this page is provided without any warranty (expressed or implied), and should not be considered legal advice. We assume no liability for its use.
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