Attacker of Hospitalised Bailiff Faces Jail Term

A man has been jailed after attacking and hospitalising a bailiff and will serve a twelve week sentence.

Student Loans Company ceases Debt Collection letters

Since news emerged regarding the usage of 'spurious' debt collection letters being used by the Student Loans company (SLC), it has now been revealed...

Media company wound up for false claims

Dodgy Liverpool based Global Media Corporation Ltd has been wound up by the Insolvency service following indepth investigations. Global Media had been 'selling' advertising space...

Banned Director jailed after running Credit Management firm

A Businessman from Leicester who fraudulently operated businesses including a credit monitoring service, has been jailed for two years and nine months following lengthy...

OFT to suspend rogue Debt Collection Agencies

In the UK, The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has been given the power to suspend any debt collection agency that targets and mis-sells credit to certain vulnerable consumers.

Solicitors to Become Unpaid Debt Collectors?

Solicitors have said they could become unpaid debt collectors as a result of proposed legislation aimed at making ...

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HMRC to increase use of Debt Collection Agencies

HM Revenue & Customs last year doubled the amount spent on debt collection agencies in respect of the collection of unpaid tax.

New Business Late Payment legislation to be enforced

The UK Government's Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published a brand new updated set of draft regulations that specifically requires...

Landlord property possession claims on the rise

Landlord possession claims rose by 26% in 2013. Last years figures went against a decline in previous years with 170,451 possession claims being processed...
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Debt Collectors pursuing Halton General Hospital visitors.

Debt demands in the post asking the sick and stressed to cough up £149.99. A debt recovery firm has threatened court action against visitors of...

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