HO HO HO... I didn't know it was that type of collections.HA does a bang up job if you know someone who is patched up
But at that point, it's more about the principle than it is the principal ... LOL
Why would anyone want to sell their receivable for a dollar?To be a debt collector in Ontario, you have to either be provincially licensed (posting a $25,000 bond) and have a physical address other than a UPS Store or a residence, in Ontario, or licensed as a lawyer, etc by the Law Society of Ontario.
Baxter Bailey is not a licensed debt collector. They take an assignment of the invoice from the unpaid carrier (usually for a dollar) and they then pursue the debt as "owner" of the invoice.
I looked in to Baxter Bailey a little further. Loaders is right. It seems BB buys a receivable then picks and chooses how much they will pay you. I do not have any direct experiences with them, but if you google Baxter bailey, there are dozens if not hundreds of complaints about them. I am dumfounded to understand why ia transportation co.wpold sell their receivable for a dollar then pray that they BB pays you a fair portion.They don’t buy the invoice for a dollar, they buy an assignment of the invoice so that they can try and collect as if the invoice was their own. If they do collect any money, it rightfully belongs to them and they decide how much of it to return to you.