FAQ | Bison Credit Solutions

Place an account for collection if debtors have missed deadlines, broken promises, or displayed non-responsive / avoidant behaviour.

There are many different ways to place an account for collections including: email, fax, submission form located on the Listing an Account page or mail.

Accounts can be exported and sent via email in many forms including Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, or PDF. You may also mail or fax accounts directly to our location.

BCS can generally collect on accounts that are up to six years old. Legal action can be pursued within two years of delinquency. The older the file, the less likely that funds will be recovered.

Yes, when you send the account in be sure to send a copy of the original judgment, a completed listing sheet, any writ of enforcement and any cancelled or NSF cheques from the debtor.

Yes, we regularly pursue legal actions in both Small Claims Court and Court of Queens’ Bench. Legal action is only pursued if signed off by the client. We will not pursue legal action unless a thorough credit assessment deems that there is potential for eventual collection of the account. Accounts need to be sued within two years of delinquency, in most jurisdictions. An upper limit of $50,000 for Small Claims action is in place in Alberta, lower in some other jurisdictions. Once a judgment is obtained, we can pursue other actions to collect on the account.

Yes, at the clients’ discretion we list both consumer and commercial accounts on both major credit bureaus. (Equifax and Transunion) We recommend listing accounts to prompt payment; there is no cost to the client for the service. The listing remains on a debtor bureau for seven years plus one day.

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