The Demand Letter that Actually Works
No matter what industry you’re in, it’s always a struggle to deal with customers who don’t pay on time (or even not at all). What are you supposed to do when a customer doesn’t pay? Make a phone call? Shoot off an email or fire off a fax? Send a demand letter?? Good luck with that!
If your customer ignored your invoice, what are the chances that they’re going to pay attention to your “demand letter?” Probably not too great. But here’s a thought: what if there was a demand letter that worked? What if there was a demand letter that actually got you paid?
Well guess what — we’ve got some good news for you. The construction industry is different from other industries. That’s because folks in the construction business have access to a demand letter that actually works — it’s called the Notice of Intent to Lien.
Find out why the Notice of Intent is such a powerful document, and why the contractors and suppliers who send it when they have a payment issue on a project have such a great track record of getting paid.
2 Ways to Learn about the Notice of Intent to Lien
We’ve got a couple of brand new, helpful resources to teach you all about the Notice of Intent to Lien — a webinar and a short guide.
View the Webinar any Time — On Demand
Charlotte McPherson is a lien rights expert here at zlien, and she has a new webinar titled, “Notice of Intent: Your Secret Weapon to Get Paid in Construction.”
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Download the Notice of Intent Cheat Sheet
We also have a helpful, 2-pg. guide, “The Notice of Intent Cheat Sheet,” that is a nice companion piece to the webinar. It covers the essential basics of the Notice of Intent to Lien, including what the document is, how it works, why it works, when it must be sent, and to whom.
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