Stop Harassment from Buchanan Clark and Wells Effortlessly

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Stop Harassment from Buchanan Clark and Wells Effortlessly

It can be stressful to constantly receive letters in the post from Buchanan Clark and Wells Debt Collectors. You might be ignoring your phone and not picking up calls. Chances are, you have a past-due bill—and no one wants to open a letter or answer a call and realise it's a debt collector.

But the situation will only worsen if you don't take the necessary steps to find a solution.

So what can you do? You can do many things to try to resolve the situation on your own, even if you don't have the money to pay your bill. Read on, and follow the steps we suggest. Or, use DoNotPay to help you deal with

Everything You Need To Know About Buchanan Clark and Wells

is a leading debt collection firm in the UK—but the firm's name changed to Arvato Financial Solutions. The name changed after the Arvato Bertelsmann company purchased Buchanan Clark and Wells.

Contact information is:

Buchanan Clark and Wells Also known as:BCW Group, Arvato Financial Solutions, Arvato Financial, and BCW Ireland
Address:24 George Square; Glasgow; G2 1EG
Phone Number: 0344 571 4075

How to Contact Buchanan Clark and Wells to Pay a Bill

You can contact Buchanan Clark and Wells on your own to pay a past-due bill.

Here's how:

  1. You'll need your reference number, which will be on a letter the debt collector sent you. Locate this first.
  2. If you can afford to pay the entire balance, you can pay your bill online on the payment page at Arvato's website.
  3. You can view payment plan options on the website if you want to negotiate a payment plan.
  4. If you are unsure why Buchanan Clark and Wells is contacting you—or you want to ask the company to verify the debt—you can request more information on the website by filling out a query form.

How to Dispute a Bill on Your Own

If you feel that Buchanan Clark and Wells made an error or the firm is violating your rights, you should file a complaint. DoNotPay can do this for you—or read on for how to do this on your own.

As a consumer in the UK, you have the right to contact a Financial Ombudsman Service. Contact an Ombudsman if you feel the debt is a mistake. Or, you should also file a complaint if you tried to work out a payment plan due to financial hardship, but the debt collector is not cooperative.

What Can I Do if the Debt Is a Mistake?

Sometimes it's a simple administration error, and you don't owe any money—but Buchanan Clark and Wells, or another debt collector, is still contacting you. The Guardian reports on what happened to one Npower customer who dealt with a frustrating situation with Buchanan Clark and Wells.

The customer had cancelled their energy account but never received a final bill. After realising there was an outstanding balance and paying it to the company directly, Buchanan Clark and Wells still wouldn't back off. The debt collector kept asking for proper "evidence," which can be frustrating and stressful to try to provide on your own. DoNotPay can be a tremendous help—and will help to resolve any situation with any debt collector.

Challenges of Dealing With Buchanan Clark and Wells on Your Own

Buchanan Clark and Wells is a debt collector that can be relentless—sending numerous letters threatening home visits and court action. There are specific rules that Buchanan Clark and Wells must follow, but any debt collector will try to cross a line and violate your rights.

You are at a disadvantage when you don't know the correct points to focus on to argue your case—or aren't aware of your legal rights. It can be challenging to stand up for yourself on your own. If you are in this situation, it may seem impossible to convince a debt collector to stop contacting you. You'll need to state your case in writing, making your points using the most persuasive and convincing language. Or, there is an easy, effective solution—use DoNotPay.

DoNotPay Will Deal With Buchanan Clark and Wells for You, Quickly

Choose the fast and easy solution—let DoNotPay act as your 'robot lawyer' and negotiate with Buchanan Clark and Wells for you.

Here's how:

  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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