Name and shame

Businesses that are serious late payers are causing their suppliers unnecessary hardship and misery according to the Forum of Private Business. Many companies are afraid to speak up because they fear losing work and business.

Businesses that are serious late payers are causing their suppliers unnecessary hardship and misery according to the Forum of Private Business.

Many companies are afraid to speak up because they fear losing work and business. However, the FPB has a Late Payment Hall of Shame where users can anonymously name and shame those who are turning the screw.

To enter a late payer into the hall of shame, the FPB are asking for email to be sent to campaigns@fpb.org together with any background information and copies of correspondence. 

Good luck.

This was last published in July 2011

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