Collection cost

Collection cost

A collection cost is incurred to collect debt that is owed. This could include expenditures for hiring a collection agency. Some contracts and regulations prescribe liquidated damages for collection costs. When collection costs occur, the debtor has pay off debt to get the collector out of collection cost.[1]

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