Giving just blame to the crisis could be a mistake. We have lived for years using risk prevention methods and obsolete protection; new methodologies and tools lead us towards mediocre results. The risk prevention is often delegated to information among acquaintances or treats for aseptic systems with unrealistic outcomes. Recovery is often entrusted to management structures that have poor professionalism and knowledge about the subject. The best solution is to give value to prevention (for instance to know who you’re dealing with before delivering a supply) and, afterwards to entrust the credit management to qualified professionals only; respecting the law and relationships between stakeholders create great reputational implications for customers.