Outvoicer Kills Net 30. Get Paid When You Finish the Job.(outvoicer.com)

over 9 years ago from Omar Bohsali, Cofounder at Priceonomics

  • Coulter PattonCoulter Patton, over 9 years ago

    Upon further thought, I've come up with two scenarios where I would consider using a service like this:

    1. If the client was informed at the beginning of a project that all invoicing would be handled through Outvoicer. This would ensure the relationship was completely transparent and written in the initial contract.

    2. If Outvoicer was specifically modeled as a business that handles problematic payments. In this scenario, Outvoicer acts as a debt collection service for designers and developers. I can see this being a valuable service, as legal action on breached contracts is often cost-prohibitive for small agencies and freelancers. This way, smaller companies and freelancers could sell their unpaid invoices to Outvoicer and partially recoup their losses, while Outvoicer then bears the responsibility of collecting on the debt (basically the same model as all other debt collection companies).

    Anyhow, that's my 2 cents.

    4 points