With the sixth biggest economy in the US, Pennsylvania is home to big corporations as well as large-scale agriculture, and is the nation’s top producer of both coal and chocolate. Pennsylvania is also where you’ll find some of America’s finest schools and universities including Swarthmore, Haverford and the University of Pennsylvania. Yet with among the country’s slowest population growth and an economy that has struggled for years, the Keystone State is expected to remain a very tough place to collect business receivables in the coming years.
At MetCredit USA, we’ve proudly helped Pennsylvania businesses keep their cash flowing since 1935. Pennsylvania is a proud state, and rightly so: as home of the first American flag, daily newspaper, presidential mansion, the Declaration of Independence and the Liberty Bell, it’s central to our nation’s heart and history. Our debt recovery specialists and collection agents work attentively with Pennsylvania clients like you, employing Solution-Oriented Recovery™ to collect with maximum efficacy while preserving your brand reputation and rehabilitating customer relationships.
We collect debt in:
Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, Reading, Scranton, Bethlehem, Lancaster and throughout Pennsylvania and the US
Your Pennsylvania Collection Agency Since 1935
MetCredit USA makes B2B debt collection easy. Collecting overdue accounts owed by a business can be a delicate art. Our highly trained commercial debt collection agents collect overdue accounts in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, throughout Pennsylvania—and in all 50 states—quickly and ethically.
Here’s how it works:
That’s it! MetCredit USA covers all costs upfront, and if we don’t collect, you don’t pay. When we recover the account, we deduct our commission and forward the funds to you. It costs no more to hire the best!
Throughout Pennsylvania, MetCredit USA collects both commercial debt (B2B; owed by a business) and consumer debt (B2C; owed by an individual to a business). In all other states we collect commercial debt.