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    Are you having difficulty recovering your debt?

    No Win, No Fee

    • Risk-Free: Only pay if we successfully recover your debts (pre-court debt recovery)
    • Cost-Effective: Avoid additional expenses on unrecovered debts.

    100% Legal Debt Recovery

    • Fully Legal Methods: Partnering with certified lawyers, we facilitate legal processes like notices of demand, winding up threats, writs of summons, etc.
    • Ethical Practices: No illegal or dubious tactics.
    • People-Focused Approach: We aim for results while maintaining positive relationships with your debtors.

    Free Tax Write Offs

    • Free Tax Write Offs: In case of unsuccessful pre-court recovery, we provide tax write off documents; free of charge.
    • Win-win Outcomes: You’ll either recover your debt or save 24%* on your tax obligations, at no extra cost.
    (* as per applicable corporate tax rates in Malaysia)

    Engage with us for a hassle-free, legally compliant debt recovery experience.

    Engage with us for a hassle-free, legally compliant debt recovery experience. Contact us now to see how we can help!

    How We Can Help You

    Debt Collection and Recovery Services

    Pursuing debtors in Malaysia can be time consuming, difficult and costly process for creditors. This is especially true for foreign creditors falling under other jurisdictions. Difference in laws, procedures, limitation period and timescale can pose serious challenges to debt recovery. Our organisation provides a liaison service including engaging solicitors and also acts on agency basis in specific circumstances. In addition to instructing solicitors to commence legal actions, we also provide credit management services such as issuing letters of demand before legal action, company’s background search service, credit reports and status reports.

    Who We Are

    Your Partners in Efficient Debt Recovery

    At the core of our service is a simple promise: we help you recover debts swiftly, saving you valuable time and resources. Our team of dedicated experts coordinates with certified attorneys specializing in legal debt recovery and litigation services. Together, we’re not just advisors; we are your strategic partners in navigating the complex landscape of debt collection.

    Why Choose Us?

    Specialized Experience

    Since 2016, our journey has been focused on mastering the intricacies of debt recovery across various industries.

    Expertise Across Industries

    Whether it’s finance, healthcare, or manufacturing, our team has successfully managed debt collections in a diverse range of sectors.

    Regional Knowledge

    Our expertise isn’t just limited to Malaysia. We have a proven debt recovery track record internationally.

    Efficient and Effective

    With our tools and experience, we ensure quick and effective recovery of your debts, aligning with your business goals.

    Connect with us to find out how we can help you streamline your debt recovery processes.

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    Yes, debt collection is legal in Malaysia. However, it must be conducted in accordance with Malaysian law, which includes respecting the privacy and rights of the debtor and avoiding harassment or abusive practices.
    Debt collection agencies in Malaysia typically work by contacting debtors on behalf of their clients (creditors) to collect unpaid debts. They use various methods such as phone calls, emails, and letters.
    When choosing a debt collection agency in Malaysia, consider their reputation, success rate, methods of collection, compliance with legal standards, and customer reviews. It’s also important to ensure they have a clear fee structure and a good track record in handling similar debts.
    Fees can vary widely and may include a flat fee, a percentage of the collected debt, or a combination of both. Some agencies might charge additional fees for legal services if the collection process requires legal intervention.

    The cost of debt collection in Malaysia depends on the agency’s fee structure and the complexity of the debt situation. It’s advisable to get a clear understanding of all potential costs before engaging an agency. Contact us at RecoverDebt to discuss the fee for your case.

    The duration of the debt collection process can vary depending on the amount of debt, the debtor’s response, and the specific circumstances of each case. It can range from a few weeks to several months.
    Common mistakes include not understanding the legal framework for debt collection, harassing or threatening debtors, not keeping proper records of communication, and not verifying the accuracy of the debt information.

    In Malaysia, the Limitation Act 1953 typically sets a limitation period of 6 years for most debts. After this period, a creditor may not be able to enforce legal action to collect the debt. However, this does not mean the debt is erased; it just becomes unenforceable in court.

    To legally collect debts, you should follow the legal framework, which includes sending a formal demand letter, negotiating payment terms, and possibly engaging a licensed debt collection agency. If these steps fail, legal action through the courts may be necessary.

    Alternatives include negotiating a payment plan or settlement with the debtor. The parties may also use mediation services to reach an agreement, sell the debt to a third party, or write off the debt as a bad debt expense for tax purposes.
    Pre-court debt recovery refers to the process of attempting to recover debts before resorting to legal action. This process typically involves communication with the debtor to negotiate payment, setting up payment plans, and using debt collection agencies.
    The typical steps in pre-legal debt collection include:
    • Initial contact: The creditor or a debt collection agency contacts the debtor to inform them of the outstanding debt.
    • Verification: The debtor is given the opportunity to verify the debt details.
    • Negotiation: The creditor and debtor negotiate payment terms, which might include a payment plan.
    • Reminder communications: If the debtor fails to respond or pay, further reminders and notices are sent.
    • Final notice: Before proceeding to legal action, a final notice or demand letter is usually sent, warning of potential legal consequences.
    Legal action should be considered as a last resort for debt recovery. It is typically pursued when all other methods, such as negotiation and payment plans, have failed, and the debtor is either unwilling or unable to pay the debt.
    Alternatives to legal action include:
    • Negotiated settlements: Agreeing on a reduced payment amount or a payment plan.
    • Mediation or Arbitration: Using a neutral third party to help reach a mutually agreeable solution.
    • Debt restructuring: Altering the terms of the debt agreement to make repayment more feasible for the debtor.
    • Selling the debt: Transferring the debt to a third party, often at a reduced amount.
    • Writing off the debt: In some cases, particularly if the cost of recovery is likely to exceed the amount of the debt, a creditor may choose to write off the debt as a loss.
    Recording bad debt recovery typically involves reversing the write-off of the bad debt in your accounting records. It’s important to maintain accurate records to reflect this change in your financial statements.
    The cost of bad debt recovery can vary widely depending on the methods used and the complexity of the case. If using a debt collection agency, costs may include a percentage of the recovered debt or a flat fee.
    The time frame for bad debt recovery can vary greatly. It depends on factors such as the debtor’s willingness and ability to pay, the recovery methods used, and whether legal action is required.
    Alternatives to winding up a company in Malaysia include:
    • Restructuring or reorganisation: This involves restructuring the company’s debts and operations to improve financial stability.
    • Voluntary arrangement: The company can enter into an agreement with its creditors to pay off debts over time.
    • Mergers or acquisitions: The company could merge with or be acquired by another company.
    • Selling the business or assets: Selling parts of the business or assets to pay off debts and keep the company afloat.
    • Temporary suspension of business: Temporarily ceasing operations to stabilize finances.
    Generally, it can take anywhere from several months to a few years to fully wind up a company in Malaysia. It largely depends on the complexity of the company’s affairs, the type of winding up (voluntary or compulsory), and any legal disputes that may arise.
    In Malaysia, a liquidator must be a licensed insolvency practitioner. The appointment can be made by the company’s shareholders, creditors, or the court, depending on the type of winding up.
    The costs of winding up a company in Malaysia include:
    • Liquidator’s fees: Payment for the services of the liquidator.
    • Legal fees: If legal proceedings are involved.
    • Administrative costs: Costs associated with notifying creditors, holding meetings, and other administrative tasks.
    • Disposal costs: If assets need to be sold or disposed of.
    • Settlement of debts: Payment of outstanding debts to creditors.
    • The total cost can vary widely depending on the size and complexity of the company and the winding-up process.
    Remember, the legal landscape can change. It is, therefore, always a good idea to consult with a legal professional for the most current information and advice specific to your situation.