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Successfully Managing Unpaid Debt

The commercial reality of operating a childcare centre requires that you be paid for your valuable services.

Defaulters and debtors can have a serious impact on the overall operation of your childcare centre, not to mention the detrimental effects this can have on the setting in which children are cared for.

With Us, Collecting Debt Is Child’s Play

With the Barclay MIS Protect & Collect Child Care Centre Plan, we provide you with an efficient way of managing arrears and defaulters.

For the first time, you can access a cost efficient way of recovering debt, as well as being able to run searches on our unique database, which allows you to easily discover whether new applicants have a previous history of defaulting at other childcare facilities.

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Get in touch with the Barclay MIS team.

T: 1300 883 916
F: 1300 883 917

For over 35 years, Barclay MIS has been innovative in the field of debt recovery. We offer a range of products and services that utilises cutting edge technology that securely recover debt in accordance with legislation.

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