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GUARDIAN CREDIT SERVICES AND iCOLLECT

Guardian Credit Services was established in March 1995, by Auckland-based Graeme Byers who has been in the debt collection agency industry since 1977.

At Guardian Credit Services we specialise in debt recovery with a higher level of personal service to our valued clients, particularly in main centres Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington. We offer a No Collection – No Commission fee structure.

In 2005 we developed the iCollect debt collection programme in response to our New Zealand clients’ requests for a cost effective debt recovery system where they would be in control, and be able to collect their debts quickly. The other requirement they had was for direct payment without having to wait while the collected debt went into the debt collection agency’s account, was processed and finally paid out to them.

iCollect’s ingenious debt recovery software has a 90% success rate and the is no commission to pay, which you’d typically face when dealing with a NZ debt collector agency. You also have the option to register a default against your debtor which will damage their credit for five years.

Our in-demand debt recovery software fulfilled all these requirements, and more. We have received many testimonials from happy customers throughout NZ who have collected outstanding debts within days of purchasing the programme. In many cases the first debt collected has more than paid for the purchase of the iCollect debt collection software.

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