Advantages, registration and operation of PayAdvisor
- You greatly reduce the time required to pay your invoices!
- You get help with tracking your invoices through e-mails and mails sent by post
- You thank your good Customers (good payers) by allowing them to enhance their E-reputation
- The risk of a decline in their E-reputation will cause your other Customers (bad payers) to meet your payment deadlines
Any business partner wants to give a positive image of their company.
Thus, all PayAdvisor stakeholders participate in the positive spiral.
For any commercial entity (self-employed and company).
Why should I sign in?
- Fast: it takes just a few minutes
- Easy : clear and precise instructions
- Effective: a fast visible impact
- Economic: a minimal cost of use
How does PayAdvisor help your to recover your debt ?
- You issue your invoices and send them to your Customers
- You enter these transactions on PayAdvisor OR you click on the ACCOUNTING CONNECTOR button (which will automatically synchronize)
- PayAdvisor sends up to 5 e-mails to your Customers till the PayAdvisor due date (= by default: the date of YOUR ENCODING + 30 days + your reaction time for the responses of your Customers)
- Click here to view the contents of the standard e-mails addressed to your Customers
- ONLY IF your Customer has never reacted on PayAdvisor over this invoice after 26 days, a reminder is sent to him/her by post to his/her official address
- Click here to view the contents of the standard mail addressed to your Customers
- Impact of PayAdvisor
- Case 1 :
Your Customer pays BEFORE the PayAdvisor due date   --> the record of your Customer receives a positive Rating
- Case 2 :
Your Customer pays AFTER the PayAdvisor due date   --> his/her record receives a negative Rating at the rate of 1 point per 15 days delay started
- Upon confirmation of the agreement between the parties on PayAdvisor, the negative Rating are corrected on your Customer record
- A public PayAdvisor record will resume the Debtor payment history
The PayAdvisor record resumes :
- Contact details of the Debtor: corporate name, VAT number, address
- graph: sum of positive and negative units in a 24-month history
- number of invoices followed by PayAdvisor
- number of invoices paid on time
- number of invoices paid late
- cumulative number of days of delay
- number of undisputed transactions
- number of transactions concluded positively after exchanges between the parties
- number of transactions that have been the subject of a dispute by the Debtor and that was deemed justified by the Creditor
- number of transactions that have been the subject of a dispute by the Debtor and that was deemed abusive by the Creditor
- a synthetic appreciation of PayAdvisor