How to Stop Calls From Freeth Cartwright Debt Recovery

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How to Deal With Freeth Cartwright Debt Recovery

If you have been struggling to keep up with your bills, you're certainly not alone. Across the UK, countless individuals and families are behind in their bills and facing collection activities. You realise that you are obligated under law to repay credit card debt, council taxes, utility fees, loans and your rental agreements. If you do not meet your obligations, you may be pursued by firms like Freeth Cartwright.

If you've received letters or phone calls from the solicitors, it's important to take the appropriate actions. First and foremost, you want to verify that the debt is legitimately yours. You can do this by reaching out to Freeth Cartwright via one of the means below.

Nervous about calling Freeth Cartwright about an outstanding debt? We understand completely. Dealing with a company trying to collect on a debt is stressful. Don't stress about it. Let DoNotPay help you verify your debt and end the collection activities.

Who Is Freeth Cartwright and Why Are They Contacting Me?

Freeth Cartwright (rebranded as Freeths) is a full-service law firm operating in the UK. The practice provides services for individuals and it is also a highly respected corporate solicitor's office. Some of the companies that work with them include Aldi, Tarmac, Experian, Lloyds Bank, as well as a variety of charities, universities and businesses across the UK.

If you are receiving communications from they are likely collecting a debt for a client.

How Do I Contact Freeth Cartwright?

As mentioned earlier, you will want to get in touch with Freeth Cartwright to verify the validity of the debt and to learn about your options. If you receive a letter, use the contact information included in it. If you've gotten a phone number, the caller probably left a call back number. If you can't find this information or can't remember it, you can contact Freeths by:

Freeth Cartwright Corporate
Online FormContact Freeths
Telephone03301 001 014
OfficesSearch the website for the closest of 12 locations throughout the UK

What Happens if I Don't Pay the Debt Freeth Cartwright is Collecting?

Ignoring an outstanding debt isn't a particularly good idea, especially if you've been contacted by Freeth Cartwright or another debt recovery company. In fact, the longer you resist paying the debt in full, the more problems you're going to cause yourself including:

  1. You can be sued for not paying an outstanding debt.
  2. Your credit rating will be negatively affected by late or no payments.
  3. You may have a hard time being approved for a flat, car lease, or other credit.
  4. You may miss out on a career opportunity if you have a bad credit score/late payment history.

How Long Can Freeth Cartwright Collect Debt From Me?

Did you know that creditors, debt recovery companies and solicitors do not have an unlimited amount of time to collect on debts? It's true. In the vast majority of cases, companies may only pursue collections for a period of 6 years. After that, the debt is no longer legally viable.

This applies to most debts including:

  • Credit Cards
  • Personal Loans
  • Gas or electric utility bills
  • Council taxes
  • Benefit overpayments
  • Payday Loans
  • Rent

How to Make a Payment to Freeth Cartwright

If you agree that the debt that you're being contacted about is yours and that the amount is accurate, go ahead and pay the money. Just follow the instructions on the paperwork to pay via credit card, bank draft, or to make other arrangements. If you're not able to pay in full, contact Freeth Cartwright to discuss payment plan options.

Need Help Paying? How to Get Debt Payment Assistance

If you are unable to pay your outstanding debts in full and an acceptable payment plan cannot be reached with Freeths, you still have avenues to pursue. If your financial situation is dire, you may wish to consider other options for paying debt including debt relief orders (DRO) which apply if you do not own your home and owe less than £30,000. Benefits of a DRO include:

  • Creditors cannot recover any money without the court's express permission.
  • Debts are generally discharged after a period of 12 months.

Get Debt Help With DoNotPay!

Getting calls and letters from Freeth Cartwright debt recovery solicitors is no fun at all. In fact, it can be an incredibly stressful thing to deal with. Luckily, you have support by way of DoNotPay. In fact, we can help you manage outstanding debts in moments.

Resolve Past Due Debts With DoNotPay in 3 Simple Steps:

  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.

Debt Collectors Got You Down? We Can Help

No matter what debt collector or solicitor is contacting you, DoNotPay can help you get it resolved by following the same simple process above. Some examples include:

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