Outstanding invoices?

Collecting B2B invoices doesn't have to be an expensive or time-consuming process. Start your file up online here and our experts will get to work right away. We will recover the full invoice amount, plus all costs for you. Its fast, simple and transparent.

Your peace of mind starts here and now!

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

How does it work?

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.

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

 

Your work is done! Within a week, our bailiff will hand-deliver a payment reminder to your customer at home. If there is no response forthcoming, the bailiff will arrange a court order and the payment will thus be legally enforced.

After an average of 38 days, you will receive 100% of the money owed (plus reimbursement of your advance).

Do you have any further questions? Click the chat icon at the lower right and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

What have we achieved in the past 6 years?

+1659 companies

More than 1659 companies joined Unpaid

€ 19 415 036

in unpaid invoices we could collect for our clients

75-80% 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

New legislation

In the past, when an invoice remained unpaid, the only option was to take it to court. Although this may have been simply a formality, it meant (costly) time wasted for you as well as the courts.

That is why the law was amended. For uncontested business-to-business invoices, a bailiff can now directly receive a judgement, without a lawsuit. In other words, the bailiff can almost immediately force your customer to pay.

Why Unpaid?

Efficient.

We'll dispatch a bailiff to your customer within the week. The bailiff will appear at the customer's home, which sends a strong message.

Easy.

There is no travel involved for you. You simply fill in a single form on the website. We do the rest.

By experts.

This website is an initiative of experienced lawyers and bailiffs.

Economical.

If successful, you will recover 100% (one hundred percent!) of the principal. In addition to reimbursement of your advance.

Also for small sums

Don't hesitate to submit a claim for small amounts too. After all, it's your money and you're entitled to it!

Our team

Dirk Dewulf
General Manager / Co-Owner
Inès Aggoune
Marketing Officer
Jens Van Seymortier
Client Happiness Officer
Thomas Van den Hauwe
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