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Debt Collection Conducted Locally in Denmark
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The key to a successful debt recovery when your Danish invoice is due is to use a Danish debt collection agency. The reason is that Danish legislation governing Collection activities is unique from other countries.
Oddcoll debt collection services in Denmark can help you to deal with your debtors who are refusing to pay, in the most efficient way possible. All you need to do is upload your claim to our portal.
We are partners with local collection services in Denmark to make the collection of debt easier from debtors in Denmark. It is for this singular reason that much vetting and thorough scrutinization has been done as to who to partner with. Our partner in Denmark is Dansk Inkasso Service.
The reason for having Dansk Inkasso Service as a partner in Denmark is because it has been known over the years for their feet when it comes to the collection of things like a debt at any level, evaluations and so much more. And in addition to this, they are trustworthy in the profession making them a very good partner to work with as their success as well as ours is second to none.
About the process in Denmark
“Soft” Debt Collection in Denmark
When the invoice against a Danish company is due, the first step is to send a formal reminder letter to the debtor. Minimum 10 days need to be set as new payment deadline before further actions can be taken. The reminder letter is usually a prerequisite that has to be sent to the debtor before sending the case to a debt collection agency.
When the time limit for the reminder letter has expired, the debt collection process can begin. Debt Collection Agencies in Denmark need permission from the Danish authorities to carry out their business.
Collection demands are issued and the debtor is informed that the next step in the process is to proceed with legal action.
Judicial Debt Recovery in Denmark
The Danish summary process (A simplified legal process for “uncontested” claims) applies to cases up to DKK 100,000, excluding interest expenses and costs.
If the claim amount exceeds DKK 100.000, creditors may use the ordinary civil court proceedings to obtain a judgment establishing the debtor’s payment liability.
Hopefully, the debtor will pay voluntarily after a judgment has been issued in the case.
Should this not happen, the creditor must act further and apply for enforcement to “Fogedretten”. As the basis for enforcement, a court-judgment or a “betalingspåkrav” from the Danish summary process is required.