Deal With Morrisons Solicitors Debt Recovery Easily
If Morrisons Solicitors Debt Recovery have contacted you in an attempt to recover debt on behalf of a creditor and the experience did not sit well with you, you can do something about it. Although creditors and collectors are allowed to attempt to recover debt, they are prohibited from committing certain acts especially those that can be aggravating to consumers like you. They must follow the rules and guidelines of debt recovery.
DoNotPay knows the ins and outs of debt collection and can show you what you need to know to end debt collector harassment. You may find more helpful tips with the following articles in the Debt Help UK product series:
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Who Are Morrisons Solicitors?
Morrisons Solicitors has merged with Wheeler's Solicitors and Harrops & Hepburn Solicitors to form Morr & Co. They have 8 branches located in Wimbledon, Fleet, Teddington, Farnborough, Camberley, Oxted, and Ash Vale with the head office in Redhill. The solicitors of Morr & Co work for families or businesses and handle many legal matters including dispute resolution, estates, wills, and trusts.
If you want to contact Morr & Co you can do so by phone, post, email, visit one of the office locations, or use the contact form found on the website.
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Are Solicitors Allowed to Recover Debt?
According to Citizen's Advice solicitors are not allowed to contact you to pursue the debt, or they can be slapped for professional misconduct. Debt recovery should only be attempted by the creditor, a collector who has purchased the debt, a collector acting on behalf of the creditor, bailiffs, or a county sheriff.
What Is Debt Recovery Harassment?
Creditors or collectors can attempt to recover a debt by calling, sending letters, knocking on your door, and taking you to court. They cannot threaten or harass you. These are some more things they cannot do:
- Call excessively, especially early morning or late night
- Make false threats of legal action or arrest
- Charge unfair collection fees
- Call you at your work number without permission
- Discuss your debt with people other than yourself including neighbours, family members, or your employer.
- Tell lies or mislead you.
Reporting Solicitors for Debt Recovery Harassment
If you have been contacted by Morr & Co or any solicitor about a debt you owe you must first file a complaint with the firm giving them the opportunity to fix the matter. Here's how.
- Create a demand letter that instructs the firm to stop the harassment. Inform them that if the harassment does not stop, you have to report the firm for professional misconduct.
- Make a copy of the letter to keep with your records.
- Send the letter by post, opting for recorded delivery so there is a record of the firm receiving the letter.
- You are expected to give the firm adequate time to handle the issue, generally around eight weeks.
- If the harassment continues, you can report the firm to the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Solicitors Regulation Authority
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) handles reports of solicitors stealing, lying to clients, breaking the rules laid out by the SRA, or firms shutting down without notice. To contact the SRA, you will need to use the online contact form located on the website.
Here are some tips when filing a report with the SRA:
- Be very clear about what exactly caused you to contact them.
- Include the name of the firm you are reporting as well as the names of individuals you have spoken with.
- Attach all documentation and evidence you have collected that demonstrates the harassment and the firm's refusal to stop.
DoNotPay Can Help Stop Debt Recovery Harassment
You do not have to be bullied and harassed by creditors and collectors because you cannot afford to pay. Put an end to the constant phone calls and the pressure. Show collectors and creditors that you know your rights and assert that you will not let them be violated.
If you want to stop Morr & Co from harassing you, just follow these simple steps:
- 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.
With just three steps, you can save yourself from further harassment..
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