A non-payment event, no matter the size, can feel overwhelming.The damage isn't cleaned up overnight, and it can be an ongoingchallenge to restore optimism and trust.

Non-payments can damage your company on multiple fronts.Ignoring even a small invoice can hurt your bottom line, especiallyif you depend on receiving a payment in time to pay expenses, or ifyou have a “concentration risk” where you depend on just a few keycustomers.

What do you do when a customer doesn't pay? Knowing where tostart is essential.

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