Debt Collection boss nets 30m windfall

Martin Dunphy, Irish founder of the Marlin Financial Group - A UK based Debt Collection Agency has netted a cool 30m for his 20...

Man hit with £1.4million phone bill for just ONE month.

Ken Slusher reveals that he is now being pursued by debt collectors and he fears that an offer on his dream home will fall through. A...

Debt Collection action could have saved 50,000 SME’s

A report from the Federation of small businesses (The FSB) have released a comprehsive report detailing the way that small companies are being systematically...

Citigroup Pays £373m to Settle Debt Claims

Citigroup has agreed to pay $590m (£373m) to investors who allege they were misled about the scale of the bank’s ownership of troubled mortgage debt before the financial crisis.
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Hospitals turning to Debt Collection firms for help

Hospitals across Ireland are turning to Professional Debt Collection Agencies in a bid to combat unpaid fees. The HSE, which is responsible for public Health...

Insolvency service cracks down on dodgy directors

The number of Directors disqualified in England, Scotland and Wales has risen sharply according to new figures released by the Insolvency service. The latest statistics...

Law firm owed more than 4m to creditors

The failure to meet repayments on a £4m loan to its bank led to law firm Marsden Rawsthorn going into administration.
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Crime Magazine Wound Up After False Advertising Claims

A High Court Order to wind up a magazine publisher that has made millions after making false claims to advertisers has been ...

Farmer’s 1.4m VAT fraud to pay off Debt Collectors

A farmer who stole £1.4 million of taxpayers' cash in a VAT fraud to pay off Debt Collectors and Bailiffs it was claimed in court....
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