You are owed money. You have made demands for payment but there is little, if any, response.
Debt disputes can often be resolved with a strongly worded letter threatening pending litigation. Of course, if the debtor remains avoidant, court action may be brought.
In some matters, litigators will work alongside a collection agency licensed in accordance to the Collection and Debt Settlement Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. C.14, among others skilled in the collection of debts including skip tracing, credit bureau reporting, etc.
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