Client Didn’t Pay? We’ll Send a Demand Letter on Your Behalf

The Freelancers Union has found that 71 percent of independent workers have had trouble getting paid by a client. (!!!!!!!!!)

The reasons behind this can be complex and varied, but some common threads exist. For one, freelancers have a tendency to start off partnerships on shaky ground due to incomplete or shoddy contracts (that’s why we made this free tool). Secondly, some companies pay late (or not at all) simply because they think they can get away with it.

That’s where we come in. If your client is late with their payment and ignoring your follow-ups, it’s time to get serious. It’s time to bring in … 🌩️Williams&Harricks🌩️.

With Williams&Harricks you can send a real, physical demand letter to your client reminding them to pay your outstanding invoice. Seriously.

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Here’s how it works:
Head over to and.co/williams-harricks and drop in your contact’s name, company address, and some basic information about the terms of your agreement. If you’re already an AND CO member you can simply select one of your unpaid invoices to auto-populate the letter.

For a cool $7 (AKA what you spent on your matcha latte today), we’ll send that real, physical demand letter to your client. You can even select the degree of “sternness” you’d like to employ. For example, you might opt to send your forgetful client a polite, yet straightforward note, and reserve the “That escalated quickly” reminder for the client who has been ducking you for months.

We’ll even offer your client several easy-to-complete payment options, to make it super easy for them to do the right thing.

So, what are you waiting for? Give it a go and let us know what you think.

And if all your payments are up to date, you can always try it out on your roommate, who still owes you last month’s rent and whatever their running Seamless tab is at these days.

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