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New York Collection Agencies
The flurry of Wall Street alone places New York high among the ranks of American business epicenters. But there are business all over the state - from mid-sized companies in Albany to small shops in Syracuse - that share the same basic goal of turning a profit. Even if your company is made up of just one or two employees, meeting budget goals becomes difficult when customers aren't paying their bills on time. It's easier to stay on track when you work with a New York collection agency.

If you find yourself frustrated with unsuccessful attempts to reach customers with late payments, hiring a New York collection agency can ease the burden. Collection agencies are experts in tracking down customers that are tough to reach - whether they're avoiding phone calls or have changed addresses - and working out a settlement or payment plan. There will always be some customers that still refuse to pay, but a collection agency can help you reclaim a significant portion of debts you wouldn't otherwise see.

Service fees vary among collection agencies, but generally you can expect:

  • A commission between 10 and 50 percent of each account collected.
  • Flat fees for smaller accounts - generally those under $100.
  • Small miscellaneous fees to cover the cost of extras like certified mail or long distance phone charges.

If you're ready to find the collection agency that offers the best deal, turn to Collection Agency Research. Our free New York Collection Agency quote request service will help you sort through all the fees and services offered by local agencies to pick the best one for your business.

Collection Agency Research matches you to collection agencies in all cities and towns in New York, including:

  • New York City*
  • Buffalo
  • Rochester
  • Yonkers
  • Syracuse
  • Albany
  • New Rochelle
  • Mount Vernon
  • Schenectady
  • Utica

*New York City consists of the five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island