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Veraz Advocates

Debt Collection or Recovery Services In Nigeria

In Nigeria, collecting debt could seem very impossible more especially when it is an international transaction. As a legal firm in Nigeria that specializes in Debt Recovery or Collection, we know the laws and we will take advantages of this to recover your debt faster than normal.

We promise you quick recovery of your fund irrespective of your Language, race, culture or distance. We help to recover or collect legitimate business debt only in Nigeria.

Because the judicial system is overly slow and costly, amicable settlement opportunities constitute the strongest alternative to formal proceedings. Before starting legal proceedings against a debtor, assessing its assets is essential as it allows verifying whether the latter is still in activity and whether recovery chances are at best.

Debt recovery is simpler when you use a collection agency fluent in the laws and customs of the country where the debtor resides. We offer on-the-ground representatives in Nigeria who understand the debt collection practices that work to support full recovery of your funds.

Our office is situated in Port Harcourt Nigeria, our Debt Recovery Service cover all the states in Nigeria.

Our collection efforts on pre-legal basis are 100% on  Recovery – No Fee basis, i.e. you will not incur any charges until we recover your money for you.

We have a national network reach to facilitate the recovery of your money—wherever your debtor may be located in Nigeria.

With our vast knowledge of Nigerian businessmen behaviors and our network all over the country Nigeria, we will initiate an informed, unified and effective strategy for recovery of your trap fund.

Because we are Nigerians, we utilize specialist knowledge of the Nigeria local laws, language, and culture to collect your money.





  • Client Agreement
  • Orchestrated negotiation first
  • Initial Investigation/Background check on the Debtor
  • Telephone contact and Follow up over telephone calls and emails
  • Issuance of In-house Demand
  • Ultimatum Notice
  • Physical visit if required (wherever possible)
  • Rigorous Follow up with the debtor