How to Respond to Jackson & Co Debt Collectors

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How to Stop Jackson & Co Debt Collectors From Calling You

Bills tend to pile up when there has been an accident, or you have been laid off from work. Don't just stare at the huge stack, instead attempt to contact the individual companies to arrange some sort of assistance. If not, your bills may be passed on to a collections company like to arrange for the repayment of your debt.

DoNotPay has taken the initiative to find out about collections agencies like Jackson & Co so you’d know the right way to respond. Here are some of them:

Read on to learn more about how to deal with these companies and what not to do.

Who Is Jackson & Co and Why Are They Calling Me?

is a debt collector to which the original company that you owe has sold the debt in order to regain the funds which you have not paid on time. The debt company takes over the recuperation of your medical, loan, credit card, or other delinquent debts in order to pay the original debt off.

Jackson & Co Contact Details

In order to pay the funds that are being demanded, you might need to contact Jackson & Co. Here are ways to get in contact with them

AddressUnit 2 Wymondham Business Centre,

Eleven Mile Lane, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 9JL

Phone01603 319034

What Happens if I Don't Pay My Debt to Jackson & Co?

Usually, unpaid debts that are being collected by a collection agency require you to arrange with the debt collector and stick to it. Communication, when issues arise, helps in maintaining your intent on repaying the debt. Occasionally, when debts are ignored, the debt collectors can take you to court to recover the funds and possibly a record against your credit report.

Has Jackson & Co Violated My Rights?

World Financial Review indicates that in the UK debt collectors will be within their rights to contact you regarding the payments and take you to court if requests are ignored. However, they will be in violation of your rights if they:

  • Harass with repetitive phone calls, repetitive family calls (usually more than once a day)
  • Enter your home and confiscate items
  • Contact you at work
  • Threaten a prison sentence
  • Force a payment without written evidence of the original debt payment agreement

Alternative Ways to Resolve Complaints With Jackson & Co

If you have had issues with the agent on the phone, you can try to speak with a manager. However, there are times that they will refuse, or the manager seems to be of a similar attitude as the agent. You can report rude, unprofessional, and violations of your rights to the corporate heads by filing a formal complaint against the company.

DoNotPay can help you gather the evidence together and get the paperwork filed quickly and easily.

How Long Can Debt Collectors Collect Debt From Me?

Debt recovery does have a limit in the UK. For only six years can a debt recovery agency, like Jackson & Co., attempt to contact you regarding your debt. Long before the six years are up, debt recovery agencies will file suit in court and recover their funds with judicial orders.

How to Make a Payment to Jackson & Co

Before you decide to make a payment to Jackson & Co. determine if the debt is truly yours, is the correct amount with interest and late fees, and that the company that you are speaking to is Jackson & Co. To do this you can request written evidence to be delivered to your door detailing the debt, the contact information of the original company, and the debt collector's information. Some debt collection agencies have online accounts where you can control the payments, and the dates, and view your progress.

How to Get Debt Payment Assistance

If you are unable to pay your debts, even after the debt collectors contact you, you have a few options to pay off your debt. You can:

  1. Make a voluntary arrangement
  2. Create a debt management plan through a third party
  3. Apply for a Debt Relief Order
  4. File Bankruptcy

Get Debt Help With DoNotPay!

Don't let the calls continue, the visits to your house and loud announcements, and the constant worrying if you paid the debt collectors so that they don't take you to court! Trust that DoNotPay has the best solution for contacting your debt collection agency and getting your payments arranged.

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.

Once you've made your decision, DoNotPay will take care of the rest. We'll send your letter to the debt collectors or submit your complaint to the appropriate trade group or agency.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

DoNotPay has your back (and pocketbook) when it comes to dealing with debt collection agencies. DoNotPay can assist with debts from any company in any location!

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