Easily Stop Unfair Practices From Dukes Bailiffs Debt Collectors

Stop Debt Collectors Easily Stop Unfair Practices From Dukes Bailiffs Debt Collectors

Easily Stop Unfair Practices From Dukes Bailiffs Debt Collectors

Dukes Bailiffs debt collectors is a national debt collection and enforcement firm in the United Kingdom. The firm works with invoice collection, commercial rate enforcement, and High Court enforcement. They began operations in 1993.

Are you being harassed by Dukes Bailiffs because you haven't paid a debt? Do you owe this money but are unsure how you will pay it back? Perhaps you're unaware of the debt or assume you've already paid it off. Might they even be threatening you with legal action?

If you can relate to these concerns, DoNotPay will assist you. After guiding you through the process, we'll help you decide what course of action to pursue.

Who Is 01785 825 5051 and Why Are They Calling Me?

If Dukes Bailiffs Ltd has been instructed to manage your account by their customer and you owe them money, they will contact you. You should be informed about the original debt when you are first approached. Always double-check that you understand where the debt originated and owe it.

Dukes collects the unpaid council tax, business rates, penalty charge notices, and commercial rent arrears from local governments.

If you receive a letter from Dukes Bailiffs debt collectors, you must answer as quickly as possible—even if you do not owe the debt—or Dukes Bailiffs debt collectors may continue to collect the debt, report negative information to credit reporting bureaus, and even sue you.

Dukes Bailiffs Debt Collectors Contact Details

Here are the contact details for Dukes Bailiffs debt collectors;

CompanyDukes Bailiffs Limited
Mailing Address7 Newcastle Street Stone Staffordshire ST15 8JT
Phone Number01785 825 5051

What Even is Dukes Bailiffs Limited Company?

Dukes Bailiffs Limited is a family-owned and operated business. They have almost 25 years of expertise in providing debt collection and enforcement services for private and public sector clients, established in 1993.

Alternative Ways to Resolve Customer Service Complaints

  1. Making a complaint to your creditor - You should write to the harassing creditor and request that they cease. Tell them how you wish to be contacted in the future and want a written confirmation.

You should state in the letter that harassment is illegal and that if your creditor does not cease, you will take legal action. Your creditor has three business days to react informally after receiving your complaint. It could be done over the phone or via email. The final response letter may take longer. Even if they respond within three business days, your creditor is required to disclose your complaint to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

  1. When Do you Make a Complaint? - You should complain when:
  • You are not the person who owes the debt
  • The amount you're being asked to pay is incorrect
  • the business is repeatedly contacting you about the debt
  • You're in financial difficulty, and the company isn't being helpful
  • Your debt isn't enforceable
  1. How do I contact the Ombudsman? - First, speak with the creditor. For most complaints, they must respond in writing within eight weeks. Let the ombudsman know if you're displeased with their response or if they don't communicate at all.

We can tell the firm what to do if we discover it has done something wrong or has not treated you fairly. Depending on the circumstances, we may urge a lender to undertake a variety of things to make things right. It usually entails returning you to where you would have been if nothing had gone wrong. Correcting someone's credit report, agreeing on a repayment plan, altering the amount you owe, or compensating you for what happened are examples of what it could include.

How Long Can Debt Collectors Collect Debt from Me?

A creditor has six years to pursue you for a debt under the Limitations Act of 1980. Or twelve years for specific mortgage shortfalls. You must not have made a single payment or admission of your debt to your creditor over these six years.

Get Debt Help with DoNotPay!

DoNotPay can assist you. We'll help you decide what course of action to pursue after guiding you through a set of questions, and we'll contact the debt collectors on your behalf with a demand letter. Finally, we'll file a complaint on your behalf if you choose to report the collecting agency to a governing body.

Here are the steps:

  1. Search "debt collection" on DoNotPay.


  2. Answer a set of questions regarding the debt collectors, such as when and how you were notified, so we can figure out if they broke any debt collecting rules.


  3. Based on our recommendations, choose whether you wish to file a debt verification request, demand that the collectors cease contacting you, or denounce them to a professional trade group.


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