Commercial Collections Services

Business to Business Debt Collections

For over 90 years, businesses have relied on HP Sears to collect their debt in an ethical and effective manner. With a variety of asset management and recovery solutions, we create custom debt recovery plans for each and every client. Whether you’re in healthcare, finance, retail, or another sector, we are a commercial collections agency with the skill and experience to help you with even your most challenging accounts. Contact us today and start collecting fast.

Our Debt Collection Specialties

At HP Sears, our specialties range from new accounts to extremely delinquent accounts. We analyze the current state of your b2b collections, along with your organizational needs to identify which debt collection service best fits your needs. Our service specialities include:

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Commercial Collections for All Industries

Not only are we able to customize commercial collections services for specific situations — but for specific industries, too. We understand that every industry requires different things out of a debt collection agency. For example, a financial institution may want to prioritize their debt to maximize collections, whereas a retail organization may require bilingual resources and multiple touchpoints. At HP Sears, we’re able to deliver on these customizations. Contact us today to learn how.

Debt Collection Support and Resources

With a handful of communication tools, an online account management portal, and a team of debt collection specialities, HP Sears is your one-stop-shop for collecting commercial debt effectively. Rely on our team to add predictability and strategy to your accounts receivable process through benefits such as:


“Working with HP Sears was both simple and effective. They handled all of the collection details according to our specifications, kept us informed during the process, and were able to collect the entire amount owed to us in a very reasonable amount of time.”

Brian Kneale
Chief Financial Officer