Sell ​​your invoices/claim/debt to Triffor

Sell ​​your invoices/claim/debt to Triffor

Triffor buys your invoices for cash! We have investors in the company, they invest in debt. At the moment we can buy your claim/debt from $ 10,000.- up to $ 10.000.000,- in cash. We are still expanding,  investors can invest from $ 100,000.- and up. Investors can make good profit with investment in debt/claims. Interested in investing? fill in the contactform

 Sell ​​your claim = Directly receive money

It may happen that you as an entrepreneur or a private one or more upstanding receivables, invoices or has a claim and that you need immediate cash to meet your own obligations. It may also be that you have no money to make expensive long-term procedures and no more stress will. In that case, you might consider selling your progress Triffor. We purchase your claim like to give you instant cash at your disposal. We will make you a non-binding offer for your claim / claim / billing or accounts receivable. It claims to offer the works simply by mailing to your claim fill in the form

How does selling a claim / invoice / debt operates?

If you have a (not barred) exposure ie shelf invoice, you can this claim / invoice / debt sell to us. You provide us with all relevant data of the application to sell / claim / invoices/debt. We’ll then give you an appropriate offer to the claim / invoices/ debt to buy from you. The bid amount always will be significantly lower than the original invoice amount. This is due to the great risk that we run and the costs that we have to make to be able to collect the receivable and we want to make money of course. Do you agree with the amount bid, you will receive a deed of assignment to transfer the claim finally. After this you will receive the agreed amount on your bill and the bill is finally sold.

To make an offer we need: Your information or that of your company The original invoice / claim /debt or judgment Your Conditions (if any) Data and information on your debtor Information (if any) already implemented procedures.

Alabama Attorney General Addresses Fraudulent Debt Collection Calls

Alabama Attorney General Addresses Fraudulent Debt Collection Calls

Oct 27, 2015

Government and industry officials have reassured consumers that legitimate debt collectors would never threaten a consumer with arrest.

Consumers should be on the lookout for fake debt collection calls from scammers posing as collection attorneys, warns Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange.

According to a press release, the scammers source publicly available documents about consumers who have filed for bankruptcy. They then “spoof” the Caller ID system to make their phone number appear to be that of an attorney. Once the consumer answers the phone, scammers demand wire payments for nonexistent debts – sometimes threatening the consumer with arrest.

“Under no circumstances would a bankruptcy attorney or a staff member telephone a client and ask for a wire transfer to immediately satisfy a debt,” the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys stated in the press release. “Nor would the bankruptcy attorney and staff ever threaten arrest if a debt isn’t paid.”

Similar scams involving callers pretending to be affiliated with debt collectors have also occurred recently in Nebraska and Ohio, ACA International reported. The Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance warned residents of a debt collection scam involving calls to consumers about a past payday loan and threats of possible arrest if they do not make an immediate payment. And in Ohio – where identity theft has been the top form of consumer fraud – identity thieves posing as debt collectors have used consumers’ personally identifiable information (PII) to trick them into paying debts they don’t owe.

Legitimate debt collectors are not consumers’ enemies and are not interested in a debt that is not owed and it is illegal to make such threats as arrest or a lawsuit. By law, the collector must inform you of your right to dispute the debt and request written verification if requested. Once sought, all collection activity stops until this proof is provided.

ACA International’s Ask Doctor Debt website has resources for consumers to better understand debt collection and their rights.