Three weeks sound fair, I do the same, usually expect it to arrive within a month, if it doesn t, I politely ask if they perhaps haven t forgotten and theyMessage 1 of 2 , Mar 29, 2002View SourceThree weeks sound fair, I do the same, usually expect it to arrive within a
month, if it doesn't, I politely ask if they perhaps haven't forgotten and
they usually send it soon - remember that in most companies the invoiuces
have to go through an authorization process and then they are processed by
one person usually once a week......plus bigger companies send them
back and forth between departments......
I'm quite happy to wait a few days, upsetting the client with 0.5 % a day
will only mean you'll have no client next time (and I doubt you'll get the
Some clients pay even before the due date, some pay later, most important
thing is that they all pay in the end....
----- Original Message -----
From: Jirka Bolech <jirka.bolech@...>
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 7:06 PM
Subject: [Czechlist] platebni podminky
> kdyz uz je tu debata o penezich (tedy o sazbach), zajimalo
> by mne, zda nekdo "pokutuje" klienta za pozdni platby,
> pripadne v jake mire a jake lhuty plateb jsou uplatnovany.
> Mozna to nejak upravuje nejaka zakonna norma, ale ja jsem
> nic neobjevil (asi jsem moc nepatral).
> Ja bezne pozaduji splatnost faktury do tri tydnu pri
> jednorazave zakazce a do dvou tydnu pri fakturaci za mesic
> prubeznych praci. Zvazuji penale z prodleni platby 0,5 % z
> dluzne castky za kazdy zapocaty den prodleni.
> Jirka Bolech
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