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Recovering your debt in Yemen is simple with the easiest method available.
Debitura expertises in debt recovery services in Yemen through a team of experienced professionals who offer a wide range of services such as accounts receivables management, debt collection notices, pre-legal and legal debt collection, and enforcement court proceedings. We understand the laws and regulations applicable to Yemen's debt collection, which enables us to provide effective solutions to help businesses recover outstanding debts.
We provide unwavering support throughout the entire process.
Tailored collection plan.
We have a team of over 500 experts specializing in international debt collection.
Our success rate is 87%, and we achieve this at a very low cost.
The ultimate guide about debt collection in Yemen
Do you have a problem with a business or customer in Yemen not paying you what they owe? We can help! We have helped many other businesses get their money back from people in Yemen. Collecting debt in Yemen can be difficult because of language and cultural differences, foreign laws and customs, and being far away. It's easier to get your money back when you use a collection agency that knows the laws and customs of the country where the person who owes you money lives.
At Debitura, we care about people and want to get you your money back while still keeping a good relationship with your customer. We use fair but firm methods to make sure your reputation stays good. If you want to learn how to collect the debt yourself, you can read our guide. If you want to use a local law firm to help you get your money back, we can help you find one.
At Debitura, we make it easy for you to collect the money that people owe you in Yemen and other countries. You can start by submitting your claim on our website. Within 24 hours, we will review your case and give you 3 options for local debt collection lawyers in Yemen. We use a combination of personal attention and advanced technology to achieve success and maintain good relationships with customers. Our team of debt collectors, lawyers, partners, and vendors are all valuable connections that help us get the job done. We value all of these relationships, no matter how big or small they are.
Start collecting your Yemeni debts today for free. Simply create a free profile and upload your case in just two minutes.
Within the initial 3 months, we employ our established pre-legal recovery system to attempt to collect your claim. If we are unable to recover your debt, there is no fee to be paid.
If your claim remains unpaid during the pre-legal phase, we'll offer you three quotes from our local debt collection attorneys.
You get access to our online portal where you can track your case in real-time
Introduction to collecting debt in Yemen
Do you have trouble collecting money that people owe you in Yemen? Do not worry. We can help you get paid by your Yemeni customers. The person who owes the money is called the debtor, and the person who issued the debt or invoice is called the creditor. If the original creditor collects the debt himself, this is called first-party collection. If the creditor outsources the collection process to a third party, this is called third-party collections.
The debt collection process in Yemen
The debt collection process in Yemen is usually done in several steps.
The picture below explains the standard way to collect debt in Yemen:
1 Upload your claim:
If you want to get help with your debt, you will need to find a company that collects debts. You can upload your claim to their website. Debitura will give you 3 quotes from local partners in the Asia country where your case is happening. This service is free - you don't have to pay anything.
2 Amicable collection:
If someone owes you money, we can help you get it back. We will send reminders to the person who owes you money. We do this by email, text, letter, and other ways. If they pay you or agree to pay you back, we charge a small fee. If they don't pay you back, we don't charge anything.
If the person you lent money to hasn't given it back after you asked nicely, it's time to figure out what to do next. We will look at how much money you are owed, the chances that they will pay you back, and other things to help you decide what to do. There are three typical next steps:
If your claim is for less than 2,000-5,000 euros, it might not be worth it to take any more legal actions. In this case, we recommend "debt surveillance." This means that we will keep trying to reach out to your debtor and try to negotiate a friendly agreement.
B: Legal collections:
It is a good idea to start a legal process for bigger claims. The kind of process you will do depends on the type and size of your claim. In most cases, the process will take 12-18 months.
C: Debt enforcement:
If the person you are asking for money from agrees that you are owed money, or if a judge has said you are owed money, you can go to court to get the money.
At Debitura, we can help you with all three steps in Yemen.
Amicable collection in Yemen
At Debitura, we offer a 100% risk-free and efficient process for Amicable collections. To get started, simply submit your claim and we will begin within 24 hours.
We will then reach out to your debtor via all available channels in Yemen which may include email, SMS, letters, calls, and social media.
The goal of this process is to:
A) Get the person who owes you money to pay you the whole amount.
B) Get the person who owes you money to say that they owe you money. They should also say when they will pay you back.
If the person you are trying to get money from does not agree that they owe you money, you cannot try to resolve it peacefully. You must go straight to legal action.
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Legal collection in Yemen
If you haven't received payment during the friendly phase or the person who owes you money disagrees with your claim, we will give you 3 free quotes from lawyers who specialize in debt collection in your area. In the legal phase, our lawyer will contact the person who owes you money and try to work out a payment plan. Our partners can also take them to court and get a court order for payment through the legal system in Yemen. This court order can then be used to make them pay the money they owe you through the court enforcement. Legal fees can vary depending on how complex and big your claim is. To get the best deal, we suggest you get quotes from multiple lawyers to compare their prices. You can easily do this by using Debitura.
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Debt enforcement in Yemen
If you have a written statement from the person who owes you money, or a court order, you can use the bailiff's court in Yemen to make them pay you. The steps and costs of this process will depend on your specific situation. You can send your case to Debitura, and they will give you 3 different options for collecting your debt within 24 hours.
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Insolvency proceedings in Yemen
If the person who owes you money can't pay their debts, the last step you can take is to start an insolvency process. This process is used to sell the debtor's assets and give the money to the people they owe, in the order of importance of the debt.
Our analysis is based on the following factors:
The economic risk in Yemen
GDP and economic growth are critical drivers for economic risk.
The GDP of Yemen is 21,06 bn. USD (2021), growing by -2,06% per year.
In terms of the size of its economy, Yemen ranks #108 out of 183 countries and has a medium-sized economy.
In terms of growth rate, it is ranked #168 out of 183 countries and is therefore considered a declining economy.
GDP per capita is 691 USD, ranking Yemen number #165 out of 183 countries. This means the purchasing power of citizens in Yemen is low compared to the rest of the world.
You can see a more detailed picture of GDP and economic growth in Yemen in the table below:
Another critical driver for the economic risk score is the inflation rate and the interest rates. You can see a more detailed picture of monetary KPIs in Yemen in the table below:
The business environment risk in Yemen
Economic freedom and rights determine the business environment risk in a country. Take a look at the important facts for Yemen in the table below:
As you can see above, the property rights index is 17 in Yemen, which is considered low in Asia.
The business freedom index is based on 10 indicators, using data from the World Bank’s Doing Business study. The Index is 46 in Yemen, a low score for a country in Asia.
The political risk in Yemen
The governance and political stability indicators are critical drivers for political risk. An overview of Yemen can be seen in the data below:
The rule of law index analyses to which extent agents have confidence in and abide by the rules of society, in particular the quality of contract enforcement, property rights, the quality of the courts, and the police's ability to enforce court orders.
When doing business in a country, the rule of law index is critical as it describes your ability to enforce commercial contracts.
In Yemen, the rule of law index is at -1,8 points, with the score going from -2.5 (weak) to 2.5 (strong). Yemen has, therefore, a very low rule of law index, which means it is often close to impossible to enforce your contracts. We, therefore, recommend avoiding credits and recommend charging upfront payment instead.
The commercial risk in Yemen
The financing risk in Yemen
The country's banking system, efficiency, and stability influence the financing risk. You can find the extra information for Yemen in the table below:
In Yemen, the credit information sharing index is 0 on a scale from 0 (low) to 8 (high). This means the accessibility and quality of credit information available in Yemen is very low.
This makes it very difficult for you to understand the credit risk of your counterpart in Yemen. Unless you have a strong relationship with your customers in Yemen, we highly recommend charging payment upfront or using credit insurance.
Your juridical rights as a creditor are 0 out of 12 and, therefore, very weak.
Debt Collection in Yemen: Frequently Asked Questions
Debt collection in Yemen involves the creditor reaching out to a debt collection company to upload their claim. The debt collection process involves three steps: amicable collection, evaluation (which can involve surveillance or legal action depending on the size of the claim), and debt enforcement if necessary. Debitura can assist with all three steps in Yemen.
The debt collection process in Yemen usually involves three main steps: pre-legal collection, legal debt collection, and debt enforcement. Pre-legal collection involves uploading your claim to a debt collection company's website, followed by amicable collection which involves sending reminders to the debtor. Evaluation is the final step, where the options are debt surveillance, legal collections or debt enforcement. Debitura can assist you with all three steps in Yemen.
If a debt is disputed in Yemen, a civil lawsuit is required for debt collection. Legal options include debt enforcement and insolvency proceedings. However, legal actions require a local lawyer. To get the best deal, it is suggested to get quotes from multiple lawyers to compare their prices. Our platform can connect you with lawyers specializing in debt collection in Yemen.
Debitura offers a no-cure-no-pay model for pre-legal debt collection in Yemen with a success fee ranging between 10-20%. The price for legal actions depends on the specifics of your case. You can receive 3 quotes from top debt collection lawyers in Yemen through Debitura.
The length of time it takes to collect a debt in Yemen varies depending on the debtor and the case. If the collection is resolved in the pre-legal phase, it can take 3-6 months. However, if legal action is necessary, the process usually takes around 12-18 months. The time frame can be affected by many factors, but we work efficiently to ensure a timely resolution.