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  • shiraaz
    started a topic Help find a debt recovery company

    Help find a debt recovery company

    Hi there
    Does anyone know of a reasonable and reputable debt collecion company that i can use for rental arrears please? I've looked online and it is hard to tell who is worth using and who isnt. Thanks for reading

  • shiraaz
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    hi there, when i meant they have a house i meant rented house not owned. do you have any other suggestions. can't the enforcement team pop over and take goods? i see it on tv programs or is this program for tv only but cannot be used in reality? does anyone know how i can get these bailiffs involved please. thank you

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  • theartfullodger
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    Check the own house (Land registry, £3) then if so get a charge placed against the property. Then you WILL eventually get your money, even if you have to wait until they die.

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  • shiraaz
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    hi yes i have a judgement order in place and yes they do have a house and a business. they've refused to pay the arrears. i've sent letters to try and reach an agreement for the debt to be paid even in instalments

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  • theartfullodger
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    Do you have a court decision in your favour? Does tenant have any assets - anywhere in the world - or a PAYE job where you have employer details?

    What have you done to attempt recovery?

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