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Colin Porter

Colin Porter

Founder and Managing Director

Sydney, NSW | www.creditorwatch.com.au

CreditorWatch is an online community of thousands of Australian businesses who share information about bad debtors in order to make better credit decisions.

CreditorWatch allows you to report bad debtors and to receive alerts when the businesses you deal with (or are planning to deal with) are reported by CreditorWatch members. You will be able to view the default history registered against the businesses you deal with, as well as getting access to a credit report on any business in Australia.

As a member you will also be licensed to place the CreditorWatch logo on your invoices - promoting your participation in the CreditorWatch program to your clients to encourage them to pay on time.

Colin Porter

"Live for today, plan for tomorrow and remember yesterday" - Jeremy McKenzie

Articles by Colin

Creating a business credit policy

27 Jan 12 | Colin Porter

Every time you provide goods or services before you receive payment, you’re extending credit to another party. Having a business credit policy in place will help make sure you get paid. Read more

When customers don’t pay: going to court

07 Dec 11 | Colin Porter

When all other strategies fail to get a debtor to pay up, you may need to take the dispute to court. Here’s what you need to know about going to court. Read more

When customers don’t pay: issuing a letter of demand

02 Nov 11 | Colin Porter

Issuing a letter of demand is the first step in initiating legal action when a customer hasn’t paid, and can sometimes motivate them to open their wallets. Read more

When customers don't pay: alternative dispute resolution

30 Sep 11 | Colin Porter

Don't throw your hands up in frustration when your debtors don't pay. Take action. One option available is alternative dispute resolution. Read more

Are your credit terms enforceable?

01 Sep 11 | Colin Porter

The issue of getting paid has always been troublesome for micro businesses. Here's a checklist to help you develop your credit terms. Read more

Improve cash flow cycle by retraining your debtors

30 Jun 11 | Colin Porter

A good cash flow cycle is one in which the period between paying your expenses and getting paid by your debtors is as short as possible. Here are some strategies to tighten yours up. Read more

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