Ultimately, Letters of Credit are necessary risks under certain circumstances.
Thousands of companies rely on commercial Letters of Credit each year to ensure payment. Ideally, a Letter of Credit works by passing the payment requirement for a service or sale to the bank issuing the Letter. This arrangement has distinct advantages for both the seller and the buyer, but some sellers deal with serious nonpayment issues when accepting Letters of Credit. In most cases, fundamental misunderstandings of the usage and terms of an LC cause the nonpayment. Download this white paper to understand the purpose of letters of credit and how to use them efficiently.
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