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MariusV Lithuania Local time: 10:21 English to Lithuanian + ...
Jul 30, 2013
I have quite a weird situation - did a big project for one company from Belgium, the amount is quite big and payment is overdue for over 2 months. When I sent reminders earlier, they used to feed me with various stories and promises (their accountant is away, "holiday time", they need to get a confiormation from their boss for the payment, etc.). And recently they stopped responding to my emails and reminders at all. I have a bad feeling that the company might face some cash flow problems or can even be on the edge of bankruyptcy (or something like that).
Is there any possibility to get some publicly available information from company register or from somewhere else about the "financial status" of the company, like their authorized/share capital, incomes/revenues/profit, their property, debts (if any), unpaid debts, etc.? And, if possible, contacts of some good debt collection agency from Belgium (hope this will not be needed, but...) ? as I am really getting nervous about the situation.
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