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What to expect >
  • Get started in less than 3 minutes
  • Fully automated collections process
  • Emails, texts, and phone calls
  • 30 day money back guarantee
One-time flat fee


per invoice
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Frequently asked questions

How does collecting payment work?

We collect payment on your behalf using our zero-setup payment form. Once payment is collected we automatically transfer it to you within 5-7 business days.

Are there any payment processing fees?

Yes, we use Stripe for payment processing. Generally we charge 2.9% + 30¢ for card payments and 0.8% capped at $5.00 for ACH payments. Full details on processing fees can be found here

What if customers pay outside InvoiceRecover?

We consider this a success, you got paid! We know sometimes customers prefer to pay you directly. We just ask that you mark the invoice as paid in your dashboard to stop recovery.

Who will be contacting my customers?

Your customers will receive communications directly from InvoiceRecover. We will be contacting your customers on your behalf via email, test message, and phone to recover your past due invoices.

What do the emails, texts, and phone calls look like?

Great question, you can see preview a complete example schedule of recovery attempts here.

Does it matter how far past due an invoice is?

No. You can use InvoiceRecover to collect any unpaid invoice. Typically invoices added that are 30 days or more past due.

Does InvoiceRecover buy debt?

No. We don't buy or transfer any debt. Instead you simply authorize us to attempt to collect the debt on your behalf.

Does InvoiceRecover send physical mail or pursue legal action?

Not yet. Currently we contact people via email, text message, and phone calls. If physical mail or legal action would be helpful for you please let us know.

Get your overdue invoices paid.

“I got an invoice paid that was six months past due. I thought it was lost, but InvoiceRecover collected!”
Ben De Rienzo
Freelance Designer