Court Order made against MP’s wife over Commercial Debt

The controversial wife of Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, Karen Danczuk has been sued in Court over unpaid rent arrears. The arrears are for a commercial premises trading as...

Surge in spurious ‘Debt Collection’ claims

UK Debt Collection comparison site best4debtcollection.co.uk have reported a large increasing number of false claims through their website. They state as many as 60% of 'claims'...

‘Economic growth’ reducing

There was more evidence of weak underlying health in the UK economy as a leading think-tank forecast a slowdown in growth in the three months to October.
The number of people suffering with debt related problems in Wales has increased.

Payday Loan industry is ‘out of control’

The Citizen’s Advice Bureau is calling on the Office for Fair Trading to immediately ban the payday lenders it says it has evidence of causing harm to borrowers.

Insolvency Service Investigation sees Companies Liquidated

Two related companies that mis-sold land to the public to the tune of £3.2 million ...

Dodgy Landlord jailed after failing to pay £28k Private Debt

A rogue Landlord from North Wales has been sentenced to prison after failing to pay back a £28,000 private loan to a family friend. Mark...

Expert tips for Credit Control in 2016

For any business, the turning of the year represents an opportunity to adopt new practices and procedures. The UK Debt Collection News Team has compiled...
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Number of Business CCJ’s issued decreases

The latest figures released by the Registry Trust have shown a substantial drop in Business CCJ's. This is CCJ's registered against Businesses in England...

Crooked Directors disqualified for 13 years after theft from residents

An Insolvency Investigation into a pair of criminal Care Home Company Directors in Yorkshire unveiled a web of deceit and theft. Married couple Thomas and...
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