Debt and Revenue Services Debt Collection – Should You Pay?
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Are you worried about a letter you’ve received from Debt and Revenue Services Debt Collection? Unsure if you should pay or even if this is a real debt? Don’t worry; you’re in the right place for answers. Each month, our website gives helpful advice to over 170,000 people regarding their debt questions.
In this article, we will help you understand:
- Who Debt and Revenue Services are.
- How to know if you really owe this money.
- What happens if you don’t pay them.
- Ways to stop them from writing to you.
- How to maybe make the debt smaller or even go away.
We know how scary it is to get a letter like this as some of our team members have had letters from debt collectors too. We understand how you feel.
Here’s how you can deal with Debt and Revenue Services Debt Collection.
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How a debt solution could help
Some debt solutions can:
- Stop nasty calls from creditors
- Freeze interest and charges
- Reduce your monthly payments
A few debt solutions can even result in writing off some of your debt.
Here’s an example:
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£429 reduction in monthly payments
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Will They Give Up Chasing?
After all that you might be wondering whether you can just wait it out and hope they stop chasing you.
Sadly, that’s probably not going to happen. Most debt collectors are persistent.
As you can see Robinson Way starting to chase a debtor mere days after their mortgage application and a full 12 years after the debt was originally chased.
Other agencies like Lowell Group, Portfolio Recovery and Cabot Financial are constantly being accused of buying Statute Barred debts and then chasing people for payment.