HMRC close in on Footballers and SMEs

HMRC are taking drastic action to cut down on the number of evasion and avoidance of tax payments, specifically closing in on Footballers and...

Experian Names Collectors Bureau Director

Experian®, the global information services company, today announced the appointment of Paul Rout as ...

Parents angry over ‘closed’ Private school’s debt collectors

Education Bosses have been defending their action to recover unpaid school fees owing to a Private school which closed last summer. Local Parents in Wearside...

Wonga avoids criminal charges over misleading Debt Collection

The UK's largest 'payday' lender Wonga, has suprisingly avoided criminal prosecution over its 'unfair and misleading' debt collection practices. A full scale investigation conducted by the Office of Fair...
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High Court orders closure of Debt Collection Agency

The High Court in Manchester has ordered the immediate closure of a rogue Debt Collection Agency based in Newcastle. Following a number of complaints, the...
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Estate Agent banned after spending clients monies

The owner of a Ipswich based Estate Agency has been banned from running a Business for five years. Jane Hipkin Russell aged 58, was subject...

60% of UK Small Business invoices paid late

59.6% of all invoices owing to small businesses in the United Kingdom are paid late according to research conducted by factoring firm Marketinvoice. This latest...

Debt Collectors seize goods from F1 team

UK based Formula One team Caterham have stated their intention to race in Japan Grand Prix despite receiving a visit from bailiffs on Tuesday and allegedly...
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High Court shuts down Credit Union

Herefordshire-based Marches Credit Union Limited has been placed in liquidation following an order issued by the High Court
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