Easily Stop Debt Collection Calls From 3331214454

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How to Stop Calls From 3331214454 in 3 Simple Steps

There is often a lot of dread associated with receiving calls from an unknown caller, multiple times a day or week. Debt collectors are known to be notorious with unrelenting calls and spasming of other personal communication channels.

You might have received a call from 3331214454 asking you to pay a debt you know of or might have forgotten about. Worse still, you have been ignoring calls from the number and they won't give up and stop calling you.

Unknown calls and calls from solicitors can be frustrating. DoNotPay helps you avoid such calls by offering information about the unknown number and helps you deal with calls from in three easy steps through the debt collection product.

Who Is 3331214454?

The number 3331214454 is one of the official communication channels of Mortimer Clarke Solicitors. Mortimer Clarke Solicitors is a specialist litigation law firm that offers services in Worthing, England.

The company specialises in large scale consumer credit debt recovery litigation, collecting money owed to their clients directly from the debtors. Mortimer Clarke Solicitors is registered as a limited company in England and Wales under the Company No. 06211733.

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors Information
Physical Address16-22 Grafton Road

Worthing, West Sussex

BN11 1QP

Telephone Number0330 045 0779, 3331214454
General Email Addressinfo@mortimerclarke.co.uk
Executive Emailcompliance@mortimerclarke.co.uk
Mailing AddressPO Box 130, BLYTH, NE24 9FA
Financial Services Register Number912356
Solicitors Regulation Authority Number0622915
England and Wales Valid Company Number06211733

Why Is 3331214454 Calling Me?

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors will contact you via a call or letter if you have an active debt forwarded to the company by your creditor. The name Mortimer Clarke Solicitors might not mean much to you but they have the power to collect debt in place of your creditor, such as credit card provider, bank, or a hire-purchase seller.

Here are the main reasons why 3331214454 is calling you:

1. Alert You of an Existing Debt

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors will send you a message immediately your account is transferred to their jurisdiction. The aim of the message is to let you know that there are professional solicitors managing your debt account and give you directives on what is expected of you.

Here are the details likely to be in the first message:

  1. Debt amount and interest (where applicable)
  2. Initial repayment deadline
  3. Creditors name
  4. Terms under which you acquired the debt
  5. A payment plan
  6. Accepted means of payment

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors expect to acknowledge the message by paying your debt through the accepted payment methods, including:

  • Bank transfer
  • Debit card
  • Online banking
  • Cheque
  • Direct debit
  • Postal order
  • Credit card
  • Pay point
  • Standing order

Alternatively, you can set up a repayment plan by contacting the litigation customer consultants through the website contact feature.

2. Clarify Details With You

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors formulates the best repayment plan by examining your economic and social status. The company might contact you requesting additional information to help them come up with a repayment plan that suits your situation.

Information that might help include:

  • Your employment status: employed, self-employed, retired, jobless, etc.
  • Monthly income
  • Monthly expenditures
  • Special conditions that affect your money generating ability such as illness, old age and disability

3. Push You to Repay Your Debt

Solicitors do not tire from persuading you to repay your debts, and Mortimer Clarke Solicitors is no different. The agents will call you periodically or use other means of communication to remind you of your obligations and possible outcomes if you fail to honour the repayment agreement.

Failure to respond to Mortimer Clarke Solicitors messages might push the solicitors into taking a legal action against you. Mortimer Clarke Solicitors might send you a Letter before Claim warning you that court proceedings will be issued against you for lack of a response.

A County Court Judgement might also be issued against you for ignoring the messages. If your debt is being managed by a debt management company, forward copies of the Mortimer Clarke Solicitors letter or call transcript, and call Mortimer Clarke with the reference number. Your account will be put on hold as the solicitors arrange with the debt management company to redirect the payments to them.

Avoid Calls From 3331214454 in 3 Simple Steps

Mortimer Clarke Solicitors might call you in unnecessary instances such as when you have paid all your debts, time-barred debts, or when you have already registered for bankruptcy. You can easily stop these unwanted calls in three simple steps as follows:

  1. Search "debt collection" on DoNotPay.

  2. Answer a series of questions about the debt collectors, including when you were contacted and how you were contacted, so we can determine if they have violated any debt collection laws.

  3. Decide which course of action you want to take based on our guidance, such as filing a debt verification request, demanding for the collectors to stop contacting you, or reporting them to a professional trade association.

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