Master Collections is Making the Difficult Topic of Debt Collection Engaging

Mar 15, Herts, UK: Master Collections have taken on the task of making the difficult, but important topic of debt collection for businesses engaging.

The subject of collecting debts often conjures up images of big, bouncer bully types extorting money from people. Carlo who is a Legal Executive with twelve years post qualification experience and the founder of Master Collections is keen to move the industry away from that image.

“Businesses are sometimes afraid to outsource to a debt collection agency because of their negative connotations. At Master Collections, we totally understand. This is why I manage Debt Collection from the first letter to enforcement. As a result I ensure a quality service that delivers.”, Carlo explains. 

“We also train our clients in engaging ways on Credit Control, so that they can sustain their cash flow effectively. It’s in the interest of our clients, for the success of their business debtors pay invoices quickly.”

One of the ways Carlo has taken on the challenge of making business debt recovery a more engaging and approachable topic is by making short, relatable YouTube videos.

An example of a video on the Master Collections channel compares business credit control to a game of football, hence the title of the video ‘

">Ball Control’. 


Using the metaphor of a verbal warning, yellow card and then a final red card, Carlo gets his point across - not only in his football kit and showing off his kick-ups - but also in a more relatable way for the business owner to understand.

About Master Collections

We provide your business a personal debt recovery service that you can trust, and have a track record in collecting commercial debts faster and more affordably than solicitors. We succeed where solicitors and other debt collectors fail.

Media Contact: 


Contact: Carlo Pegna
Phone: +44 (0)1920 481467
Address:  63 The Maltings, Roydon Road, Stanstead Abbotts, Ware, Hertforshire SG12 8H


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