Easily Stop Harassment from JBW Bailiffs
What are you supposed to do when you have been contacted by JBW Bailiffs debt collectors? You may reasonably feel that you need to respond in some way and you may even feel a little scared or intimidated. If that is the case, just know that you are not alone in those feelings and there are many others who have gone through the same.
You just need to put your trust in people and organizations that know what needs to be done in these circumstances to achieve the best results. DoNotPay can be a great partner in this process and you should try to lean on them when possible.
Who Are JBW Bailiffs Debt Collectors and Why Are They Calling You?
Formerly JBW Bailiffs, they are now known as CDER Group. There could be a few reasons why JBW Bailiffs debt collectors would ever bother to call you.
- To try to collect on a debt
- To validate that a particular debt belongs to you
- To try to get you to pay up debts that you have ignored
They are in the business of literally attempting to collect on debts that people have allowed to languish unpaid. They know that many people who find themselves in this situation are not placing themselves in this predicament because they want to. Many people simply cannot afford to pay the debts that they have taken on. That said, this does not negate the fact that they did take on those debts, and someone needs to pay up to make things right again.
You can reach out to JBW Bailiffs or CDER Group through any of the following:
|Phone||0330 460 5295|
|Customer Portal||CDER Group Customer Portal|
Are Debt Collectors Scamming You?
There is a chance that you could be scammed by people who impersonate debt collectors if you are not careful. There are times when bad actors work to defraud people out of their hard-earned money like this. You could become the victim of one of them, and that would be a sad and tragic turn of events. However, the more likely scenario is simply that you are being contacted by legitimate debt collection agents from JBW Bailiffs.
The way to tell that you may be dealing with a scam is if you notice some of the following patterns:
- They try to tell you that they will have you sent to jail for not paying your debts
- They say that they will reveal your debts to family and friends
- They try to get you to send them a wire transfer immediately
Those are all signs that something is up with the entity that you are dealing with. These types of behaviors are not permitted in the legitimate debt collection industry, and they would never be attempted.
If you are in doubt on whether or not you are being contacted by impersonators, you can contact DoNotPay to check on their validity.
What Happens if You Ignore Debt Collectors?
Ignoring something that is annoying you probably seems like a reasonable response. It is what most people would do if they were confronted with something that was irritating to them. However, ignoring debt collectors could put you in a spot where they proceed with the following actions against you:
- Calling you more and more
- Sending letters to your home or place of business
- Threatening to take you to court
- Actually filing a petition with the court
Things can escalate to that level rather quickly when you ignore the calls that they make to you. Missing a call from them here or there doesn't mean that you will end up in court, but if you have clearly buried your head in the sand about this debt, then you should expect that they will try to get that money from you.
DoNotPay Has a Plan for You
When you find yourself up against a wall and need to do what you can to free yourself from the grips of your creditors, you may want to consider the plans that DoNotPay has available to you.
Here is a simple step-by-step guide for what they can do to help:
- Search "debt collection" on DoNotPay.
- 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.
- 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.
Yes, it really is that easy. Just move through these steps and you can take a lot of the burden off of your mind. The same service is available to the following agencies:
- Lowell Financial
- Amigo Loans
- Marston Group Holdings
- Provident Loans
- Advantis Debt Collection
- DWP Debt Management
- Moorcroft Debt Recovery
Does DoNotPay Work on Anything Else?
We are very fortunate as a society to have DoNotPay by our side. They offer the following programs in addition to the debt collectors program to help people take care of some tasks:
All of these are extremely useful for people who are trying to work their way through these various issues. If you are struggling with any of this, sign up with DoNotPay right now for quick and reliable assistance.