Please visit FDB home page and click on the “Report Debtor” tab to complete the application process. Remember to provide supporting documentation for each enrolled debt.
FDB will never charge upfront fees for service rendered until an agreement is reached between our client and the debtor.
This time frame varies based on debtor communication and response time from date of enrollment. We give debtors a chance to work with us prior to negative exposure. Failure to comply will result in “Deadbeats Walk-of-Shame” and other social media platforms to include LinkedIn, Facebook, and X (Formally known as Twitter).
FDB offers repayment arrangements (and settlement options on a case-by-case basis) to assist debtors who face financial hardship. Payments are validated via a copy of the SWIFT or Bank Wire TT or MT-103 which must be provided to FDB for tracking and auding purposes.
The length of time it may take to successfully complete FDB recovery may vary depending on multiple key factors to include but not limited to time of debt enrollment, negotiations, FDB repayment schedule, debtor communication and continued compliance, just to name a few. In most cases, FDB will determine if your profile is collectable within the first 30 days of enrollment.
FDB requires the signed and stamped CAL along with supporting documentation as part of the enrollment onboarding process. The CAL allows FDB to represent you regarding all collection matters on the enrolled case (This does not include FDB legal services).
There is no penalty for early termination, you can cancel enrollment at any time without cost or risk to you. If you cancel enrollment during any repayment scheduled agreement actively paying, FDB will invoice you our standard 25% fee for all monies collected leading up to the date of termination. If we don’t collect, we do not get paid.