What will you do if your customer not pay the rest of payment for you ?

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  1. sallya121

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    now there are many fraund on business.Sometimes we will meet this problem .some customers also will trick for goods without payments. What will do if you have this problem
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  2. shockgarden143

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    We must pay attention to the paper work while finalized any deal so that in case of any issue we can take any legal action for that.
     
  3. Gary Barzel

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    If it's not a large amount of money then I would take the customer to a small claims court. You don't need to hire an attorney to sue in small claims court, so the process won't be too expensive for you. If it is a large amount of money I would say to hire an attorney.
     
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    What if it was an online transaction?
     
  5. band

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    Try our best to get back the payment, legal is final option. We feel pain when we cant collect such money, instead of keep on make our-self pain, why don't we spend the effort look forward for new customer. Keep spending time to unsolved issue will never get grow.
     
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    Maybe I will get back the payment and contact the customer again and ask about the payments.
     
  7. jdproctor

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    A few things to consider...

    1. How much will it cost you to pursue the payment?

    2. What other opportunities might you miss because you take the time to chase after this payment?

    3. How likely is it that this person will remain a paying customer in the future?


    Answering these questions should give you an idea of whether or not going after the payment makes sense.
     

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