Get Paid. Be a Hero. Repeat.
NCS Credit provides end-to-end business credit services that protect your accounts receivable with the legal tools you need to get paid – FAST.
Your commercial debt recovery partner
You need to get paid, and NCS Credit has been helping businesses do just that for more than 50 years. We have the information and trusted expertise you need to secure receivables, minimize credit risk and maximize profitability.
Whether you need us to tailor a solution to fit your needs, or you simply wish to leverage our five decades of credit wisdom as a resource, we’re here to help. Whatever it takes to get you paid.
Collection expertise, tools and programs specific to your industry
Your accounts are unique. We get that. With decades of knowledge managing collections for manufacturers, construction suppliers, food distributors and energy providers, we also know that industry-specific expertise gets the job done faster and more cost-effectively.
Tools and resources for manufacturers and commercial operations.
Billions of dollars protected over half a century of working with construction suppliers.
Expert help with protecting accounts receivable in the food distribution industry.
A nimble and thorough understanding of recovery in the ever-changing energy industry.
Your situation is unique. When you partner with NCS Credit, we evaluate your specific situation and focus on generating customized solutions to fit your budget and organizational requirements.
We want to know your issues and concerns so we can give you the best value for protecting your money.
Proudly, the majority of our clients consider NCS Credit a strategic partner. We aim for long-term relationships.
What sets us apart?
We’re here to back you up, and get you paid.
Decades of experience
“One size fits one” approach
Online Service Option
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The Lien Index increased 3 points in Q4 2022 to 47, a 7% increase over Q3 2022 and 34% increase year over year. Throughout the last year, economists warned of the toll of high interest rates and possibility of recession, and we are now beginning to see significant signs of slowdown ahead.