Troubled by unpaid invoices?

Thanks to the Unpaid procedure, you can collect your outstanding invoices 100% legally without having to consult a lawyer, court or collection agency. 

Your peace of mind starts here and now!

Fill in the form and let us collect your outstanding invoices.

Recovering unpaid invoices quickly
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Collecting invoices doesn't have to be expensive or time-consuming

No subscription required
Also for small amounts
No exclusivity
Immediate action
Integrations with accounting packages

After you have submitted your claim, we will send a bailiff to your client within 5 working days. So no more waiting, it's time for real action!

How it works

The emphasis at Unpaid is on ease of use and efficiency.

Fill in the form

Fill in the form. This should take about 10 min. (Tip: you will need to have your bank card and the outstanding invoice handy.)


As you fill it in, we will verify whether your case meets the legal conditions. If this is not the case, then we will stop the process and suggest an alternative.

Advance and refund

As a final step, you will need to pay an advance. But don't worry, this will be reimbursed with your payment!

Wat onze klanten zeggen

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+2061 companies

More than 1780 companies joined Unpaid

€ 25 143 778

in unpaid invoices we could collect for our clients

75% of cases fully resolved

Reimbursement was successful in 75-80% of claims.

9 out of 10

of our customers are very happy to recommend us

Knowledge center

Read our tips & tricks

Ordinary creditors and preferential creditors what is the difference
When a company goes bankrupt, the trustee in bankruptcy uses its assets to pay creditors. The trustee blocks the accounts, sells equipment or machinery and collects any debts, and then pays the company's outstanding debts. But the order in which creditors are paid is not arbitrary. For this, the trustee in bankruptcy applies a legally strict order. Some creditors are therefore more likely to be paid (in full) than others. The decisive factor is whether a creditor is preferential or ordinary.
Can I hold my customer personally liable for unpaid invoices
A customer goes bankrupt and you are at a loss what to do. What do you do now? Can you hold the directors or managers personally liable for the outstanding invoices? Sometimes you can, sometimes you cannot. Much depends on the type of company that goes bankrupt. Find out how things work here.
credit notes what why how
Every entrepreneur encounters it sooner or later: you send an invoice and only afterwards you realise that you have made a mistake or that something needs to be changed. Enter: the credit note! Because you can't just modify your invoice and send it out again. And you certainly can't delete them from your accounts. You have to draw up a credit note and send it to your customer. We explain briefly what a credit note is, when you should send one and how you should draw it up.

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