Easily Stop JC International Acquisition Debt Collection

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Stop Harassment from JC International Acquisition Debt Collection Fast

Having debt is like wearing a heavy, wet blanket and if you've received a debt collection notice, you might feel a mild sense of panic. This post will give you help with JC International Acquisition Debt Collection, if you've received a letter, text, or email from them about a debt you owe.

The first step is to not panic. In the UK, there are millions of individuals who hold debt, so you are not alone. And, just because you got a notice of a debt you owe, it doesn't mean you must pay the debt right now, all at once.

What Is JC International Acquisition?

If you've never heard of JC International Acquisition (JCIA), you might be confused as to why they're notifying you of a debt you owe them. That's because JCIA is a debt purchasing agency that purchases outstanding debts from other creditors, including:

  • Telecommunications companies
  • Stores finance (such as those that offer shopping credit)
  • Banks
  • Credit card companies
  • And more

They do this because the original creditor does not have the time or resources to pursue the debt further so a debt purchasing agency buys those debts for a fraction of the face value, and are able to recover the full amount with payment options and by other means, sometimes including litigation.

That's why it's important to not ignore these notices of a debt you owe.

Why Is JC International Acquisition Contacting Me?

It's possible JC International Acquisition might have the wrong number, but that's not likely.

There are three main reasons they might be trying to contact you:

  • To verify your identity and your debt
  • To reach someone familiar with you such as a friend or relative
  • To make payment arrangements for your outstanding balance from a debt of yours that they purchased.

There are multiple ways debt collectors attempt to reach you:

  1. Via post
  2. Via phone
  3. Via text
  4. In person

In any case, it can be intimidating to have strangers reaching out to you with a request for payment on something you just cannot afford. Often, the initial contact letter might include penalties and fees, tacked on top of the past-due amounts, along with details of what the debt is for. This only adds to the frustration of having a debt. But don't be alarmed. There are things you can do.

Contact Details JC International Acquisition

The first thing to do, is to try to contact JC International Acquisition, to get the ball rolling and protect yourself from possible litigation or defaulting on the outstanding debt, which would negatively impact your credit score. There are multiple ways to contact JC International Acquisition.

  1. By Phone
  2. In Person
  3. By post
  4. Email
  5. Online

Check out the table below for contact details.

To contact by phone:0203 437 0310
To contact in person or via post:Visit or mail:

JC International Acquisition, LLC

5th Floor


Alencon Link

Basingstoke RG21 7PP

To contact via email:jcia@carsuk.org
To contact online:Visit their contact page and fill in the information as best you can.

If you have received correspondence from JC International Acquisition, carefully review the information and look for a reference number, which will be helpful for them to pull up the account quicker to save time.

What Happens If I Don't Pay My Debt to JC International Acquisition?

In a worst case scenario, you could end up losing some of your most valuable treasures, but that's not until all other options have been exhausted, if you refuse to pay your debt to JC International Acquisition.

If you opt to ignore their messages, they will continue to attempt to reach you until it becomes obvious you're ignoring them.

From there, they can take their complaint to court and an order can be placed against you. From there, you will receive court letters - CCJs or County Court Judgments - which will significantly impact your credit score and make it very difficult to receive a loan or credit in the future.

If you continue to ignore the CCJ, the Court can order Bailiffs to come to your home and confiscate any valuables you own, in an attempt to recover the costs.

Let DoNotPay Help You With JC International Acquisition Debt Collection

Whether you were just recently contacted or have been harassed for months, DoNotPay can help you figure out whether your debt collector is compliant with debt collection laws.

After guiding you through a series of questions, we'll help you determine what course of action you should take, and contact the debt collectors with a demand letter on your behalf. If you choose to report the collection agency to a governing body instead, we'll file the complaint on your behalf.

  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.


And that's it! Once you choose the course of action you want to take, DoNotPay will handle the rest. We'll deliver your request directly to the debt collectors via first-class mail, or file your complaint automatically with the relevant trade association or ombudsman.

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