Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is the process for me?
Before you take any action, we would advise studying the private and confidential information on the Facebook Group.

How does it work?
Apply to join the Facebook Group by clicking Here

Why choose us?
We offer you unique levels of awareness and free access to our forum that demonstrates success against Debt Collection Agents and the Banks that assign them, both with or without litigation.

How long does the process take?
Your learning and knowledge, wealth creation lasts a lifetime.

How much does the support cost?
Our support on the Facebook Page is free, if Court action is required there may be Court fees to pay, although help with fees are available under the Government Scheme using an EX160.

 Do I have to pay if I’m unsuccessful?
The methods used to deal with so-called Debt Collection Agents are free under the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR.

 How do I deal with a Debt Collection Officer at my door? 
The first thing to remember is this is not a court authorised bailiff so do not be made to fear otherwise. You have no obligation to let them in your home and it is totally criminal for them to claim they have a right to come in and take possession of your belongings as payment.
We recommend asking for identification and asking them to leave, as they will be legally obliged to comply with this request. Do not let them into your home and do not sign any paperwork. Then get in touch if you would like help.

What do I do if the Debt collection Agent keeps contacting me?
Follow the steps on our free Facebook Group – there are literally thousands of supporting comments and free solutions.
Enforcement Officers have come to my house to demand payment, can you help?
Absolutely, we understand how distressing this may be and aim to prioritise any urgent matters.

What happens if you are unsuccessful?
We have not yet had an unsuccessful situation with a Debt Collection Agent that has been exhausted.

Will I need to go to court?
No – unless you decide to take action against the Debt Collection Agent or defend a County Court Claim.