Our tracing team is highly dedicated to tracking businesses and individuals who fail to settle payments by using leading industry tools such as consumer bureaus and directories to effectively locate individuals to begin the Debt Collection Process.


Our strict no-tolerance policy guarantees full payment of debts that are owed to you. Whether it is business or individuals’ debts, we can obtain it. We offer a wide range of payment methods to ensure a simple, painless solution for our clients and the debtors. We are also equipped with a qualified legal team to process legal action on debt cases that cannot be simply resolved.


Persons who fail to settle their outstanding debts and default on payment arrangements will result in their name being negatively listed on a National Credit Database as a defective payer through the National Credit Bureaus. This process will terminate their current credit facilities and prevent them from acquiring any future credit in South Africa.

Our Services Include

Pre–Legal Contact Centre for Debt Collecting

Business to Consumer (B2C) Debt Collection

Business to Business (B2B) Debt Collection

Track and Trace Services

Default Judgements

Adverse Listings on Major Credit bureaus

Summons Processing

Legal Advice Assistance Plans

Recovery Strategies & Process

Recovery Strategies


Our Debt Recovery Strategies incorporate the following communication to the Debtors:


Outbound calls

Text messages



Section 129 and 130 letters

Registered letters of demand

Legal Recovery Process


Our Legal Recovery Process incorporate the following to the Debtors:


Default Judgment

Warrant of Execution

Emoluments attachment orders

Field Agents (Section 57/58)

Our in-house attorneys also specialize in obtaining emoluments attachment orders through the use of registered field agents.

Skilled field agents are used to visit debtors and obtain their signature on section 57/58 documents.

A Section 58 judgment is granted and an emoluments attachment order is issued simultaneously and implemented against the debtor’s salary.