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Outsource Your Debt Collection Process At The Most Reasonable Cost Without Compromising Productivity.

Reduce extra burden from your AR team by outsourcing it to experts in debt collection. ClearDu comes to the rescue for your account receivables with avant-garde technical tools and path-breaking methods. We take on your end-to-end debt resolution process and all you have to do is focus on your core expertise. Going beyond the efforts where usually accounts are reported as non-collectable, we direct our finesse into inclining the debtor to clear your outstanding loan.

Your Extended Team For Debt Resolution.

Leave all your worries about unpaid loans as our omnichannel digital platform empowers us with industry-disrupting features and capabilities to get your debts recovered with utmost speed and efficiency. With ClearDu, it is your debtors who need to work for repayment to you as we are polite people but strict chasers.

One-stop solution

We can handle all your debt recovery procedures on a single platform with efficient process management.

Personalized journeys

Analyzing the portfolio and adopting the best suitable strategy for each client is something we do best


Our qualified and well-trained team handles the entire process with complete legal and ethical standards.

Communicative excellence

Maintaining consistent communication through various channels, we make it a point to get the debtor to pay your money back.

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With money in the corridor, security is a must.
We stand by all the industry standard compliance protocols, registrations, and legal procedures.


frequently ask question

What is the default?

Default is when a borrower fails to make timely payment of the due amount as per a predefined payment structure. For example, it could be either interest payment or interest and principal amount payment.

In simple words, default is when the borrowers fail to pay bills on time.

What happens when payment of debt is not paid within the stipulated timeline?

A lending institution initiates the debt collection process.

Moreover, when you don’t pay your debt on time, you might find yourself in a situation where you have to pay fines and interest. You might also have to pay additional fees for late payment or non-payment of debt.

What is debt collection?

Debt collection is the process of pursuing payments of debts owed by individuals or businesses. It involves the collection of overdue installments, due penalties, imperfect obligations, or any other charges.

What is a debt collection agency/debt recovery agency?

An organization specializing in debt collection is known as a debt collection agency or debt recovery agency. These agencies work as per the process guidelines defined by lending institutions.

How can a debt collection agency contact me?

Debt collection agencies can contact the borrower via different communication modes or make a physical visit as per the defined process by the lending institutions.

Do I have to pay a debt collector?

If you owe money to a Creditor, you are responsible for paying it. However, there are many negative consequences of not paying an overdue debt and going to collections.

However, it is essential to check the person’s identity and ensure that the lending institution authorizes the person to collect money from you.

What happens if I don’t pay my dues/loan amount?

When you fail to pay the borrowed amount as per the agreed payment schedule, the payment default is reported to credit bureaus periodically. Therefore, this default or delayed payment reflects in your credit report.

Every lender institution follows guidelines given/set by regulators. Accordingly, your account is being reported to credit bureaus. There are various stages of default. Therefore financial institutions take action.

What is a Credit Report?

A credit report is a history of your credit behavior and contains detailed information on your loan and credit. Credit Reports are obtained from Credit Bureaus.

How do credit bureaus get my information?

Credit bureaus get information from your creditors, such as banks, NBFCs, credit card issuers, auto finance, or housing finance companies.

How does default on a card/loan affect my credit score?

Any default in credit card or loan payments will negatively reflect your credit score. The longer your dues remain unpaid and the greater the frequency of unpaid bills, the harsher the impact on your credit score.

However, if your payment is regular and if your credit score is good, it will be considered a healthy credit report