How to Stop Harassment From iQor Debt Collectors Easily

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Are iQor Debt Collectors Bothering You? DoNotPay Can Help!

If you spend money that you are not able to pay back within a stated amount of time, you end up with debt. Companies want their money, so they will often send debt collectors after you to collect what you owe them. It may be an unwanted surprise when you hear from for the first time.

Trying to determine whether or not a debt collection agency is legitimate or whether or not you actually owe a debt can be challenging. Especially when you are at your wits end due to their endless badgering.

There’s no need to fret. DoNotPay is at your disposal. You can seek this robot lawyer’s assistance in verifying your debt, validating the legitimacy of a debt collections agency, as well as checking if they have violated your rights, and are worth being taken to court.

Aside from helping you deal with iQor debt collectors, DoNotPay can also offer its expertise on negotiating with:

When things get exhausting and confusing, contact DoNotPay and we can help you figure it all out.

Who Is iQor and Why Are They Calling Me?

IQor is a global company employing around 45,000 people. They have a debt collection subsidiary that used to be called iQor Recovery Services but changed its name to Akinika in 2013. The debt recovery service has been around since 1926 and may contact you to collect debt on behalf of multiple organisations in the private and public spheres.

For instance, they work for TV Licencing, the Department of Work and Pensions and HMRC. They do not buy debt portfolios, and their only function is to collect debt.

They may reach out to you via phone calls or letters and will likely contact you frequently. If this company reaches out to you, it is important that you respond to them. Even if you don't believe you owe the debt, you need to get the issue resolved with so that it doesn't impact your credit score.

Contact Details for iQor Debt Collectors

If you need to reach out to iQor debt collectors, you can do so via one of the methods below.

Phone number0177 283 6078
WebsiteiQor Debt Collectors
AddressIqor House

33-34 Winckley Square


Alternative Ways You Can Solve Customer Service Complaints

If you aren't able to come to a resolution with iQor, you do have a few other things you can try.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

An Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is one way to come to an agreement with iQor. You will use either mediation or arbitration. Both of these processes involve bringing a third party in, but the final solution can look a little different. With mediation, you usually end up with the result that benefits you, but arbitration doesn't always end that way.


If ADR doesn't work for you, you can always try reaching out to an ombudsman. This is a neutral third party who will listen to both sides and makes a decision to resolve the issue you have.

Small Claims Court

If neither ADR nor an ombudsman can solve the issue to your satisfaction, you still have one more option. You can take iQor to small claims court and try to claim up to the following amounts based on your location.

  • England and Wales: £10,000
  • Northern Ireland: £3,000
  • Scotland: £5,000

How to Make a Payment to iQor

If you have been , follow these steps.

  1. Determine whether the debt is actually yours.
  2. If you are capable of paying the debt, follow the directions as provided by the iQor agent you are in touch with.
  3. If you do not have the means to settle the debt right away, you can make payment arrangements with iQor.

Get Debt Help With DoNotPay!

Dealing with debt collectors is never any fun, but DoNotPay can help. Whether iQor just contacted you or you've been dealing with them for months, we can help you figure out what to do next.

We will determine if iQor is following the law and can then send them a demand letter for you. Or, if you would prefer to complain to a governing body, we can also send a complaint to them.

Follow these steps to begin.

  1. Search "debt collection" on the DoNotPay website.

  2. Answer some questions about the debt collectors, including when you were contacted and how you were contacted, so we can figure out if they have violated any debt collection laws.

  3. Decide how you want to move forward 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.

Once you choose what you want to do, DoNotPay will handle the rest. We'll deliver your request directly to the debt collectors or file a complaint automatically with the relevant trade association or ombudsman.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Helping you deal with debt collectors is just one thing we can do. DoNotPay was initially created to fight against parking tickets but through the years, it has grown into a massive collection of services catering to the public.

This AI-powered lawyer can help you:

Sometimes you can't help but end up with debt you aren't capable of paying. Or, sometimes, a debt collection company contacts you about a debt you don't even owe. If you are getting contacted by a debt collector such as iQor Recovery Services or you need help with any other legal issue, reach out to DoNotPay, and we will help you out.

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