Terms and Conditions

JMA Credit Control (JMA) will provide debt collection services to the customer strictly subject to and upon the terms and conditions set out below:

 

  1. Commission is payable on all payments made by the debtor from the time the account is referred to JMA. NOTE: Commission is also payable the goods are returned or settled by way of contra.
  2. No action, legal or otherwise, will be taken by JMA unless and until it is instructed by the creditor to do so.
  3. If JMA is instructed to commence legal proceeding, no arrangements or negotiations should be made with the debtor without JMA first being notified.  If any payments are received from the debtor, JMA is to be notified immediately.
  4.  JMA is authorised to deposit payments received from your debtors’ into a trust account in the name of James Mercantile Agency Pty Ltd – trust account.
  5. Disbursements and legal costs will be charged as per current scale but refunded if and when recovered from the debtor.
  6. The Customer hereby acknowledges and agrees that to secure payment of any and all amounts outstanding to JMA from time to time, JMA has a lien over all papers, files, documents and deeds that belong to the Customer and received by JMA while providing the Services, including any money that JMA is holding on behalf of the Customer and files and documents relating to other matters which have been completed and paid for by the Customer.
  7. For trust balances exceeding $2,000.00, JMA will remit fortnightly the balance of trust monies after deducting all charges for commission and incidental expenses. Balances under $2,000.00 will be remitted on a monthly basis. Any debit invoice rendered is payable STRICTLY 30 DAYS.

 

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