• New Zealand's Leading Debt Collection Software

What is iCollect?

A cloud based application making it easy for small NZ businesses to collect debts and improve cash flow.

Designed and supported by a leading debt collection agency, iCollect provides small businesses with a better way to manage the collection of slow paying debtors.

Get paid more quickly
Over 90% Collection Success Rate
Low Cost Monthly Subscription
Money is paid direct to you - no collection fees or commissions
Ideal for both B2C & B2B businesses
Register defaults against your debtors credit history for 5 years
On-request support from debt collection agency
30 day money back guarantee

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News from the iCollect Blog

  • New Zealand has High Household Debt Levels – But Does It Matter? - When compared to the size of our economy, New Zealand's household debt level is one of the highest in the developed world. But one economist argues that how much debt we have is not as important as whether we will be able to pay for it in the future. In ... more >
  • What Are the Different Types of Good and Bad Debt? - Not all debt is equal; there is good debt and bad debt. If you are a debtor, debt is good if it will help you accumulate wealth in the future. Good debt is something that you will make money from over time such as home loans, student debt, or borrowing ... more >
  • The Pros and Cons of Debt Consolidation - It's easy to collect credit cards and buy on hire purchase. But along the way, you could find you have collected a whole mountain of debt. If you are also struggling to make the minimum repayments on time, the additional fees can mean your level of borrowing quickly escalates. A ... more >
  • Credit Records – The Good and the Bad - Your credit record may be more important than you think. Information about your history regarding credit, debt, and repayment is being updated all the time and could have a big impact on you. Bad credit ratings happen to people in all walks of life. Missing a few payments on the ... more >
  • Debtors – What Are Your Rights? - The highest percentage of credit card accounts that come past due occurs in the months after Christmas - 7.6 per cent of Kiwis pay their credit card bills late. By April, these debts could start being referred to debt collectors. If you owe money to a creditor and stop making ... more >

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