How to Negotiate with Network Credit Services Debt Collection

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What to Do When Contacted by Network Credit Services Debt Collection

There is almost nothing scarier than receiving a phone call from a debt collector. You don't want to take that kind of call, and there is a chance that they are calling the wrong person, to begin with. If you receive a phone call from and you don't believe you should have been contacted by them, then you need to know what steps to take next. DoNotPay can help get things straightened out for you once again.

What Is Network Credit Services and Why Are They Calling Me?

If your phone lights up with the caller ID reading "", you might wonder who they are and why they are contacting you at this time. They are, as the name implies, a debt collector that is attempting to collect on a debt that is outstanding.

However, there are a few other reasons why they might be trying to get in touch as well including:

  • To validate your debt
  • To attempt to force your hand into paying your debt

They will stop at nothing to get the answer that they want to get from you. This could mean they will pressure you until you provide them with the payment or anything else that they are looking for out of you. It can be very frustrating and even embarrassing to continue to receive these calls time and time again. It is no wonder there are so many people searching for ways to make this stop. You may even want to reach out to them yourself to try to get them to stop the harassing phone calls.

Network Credit Services Contact Details

The contact methods for Network Credit Services are as follows:

Address:Units 21 - 23 Brandon House 23 - 25 Brandon Street Hamilton Lanarkshire ML3 6DA
Telephone:01698 300026

You may mail them or speak with them on the phone to help get things sorted out. Just make sure you don't give out any personal information or details that they may use against you later. You want to resolve the issue that you have with them, not make it any worse than it already is. Fortunately, you can make this happen if you are patient and work with Network Credit Services to make sure everyone is on the same page.

What Happens if I Don't Pay My Debt to Network Credit Services?

There are various consequences that you may face if you don't pay your debt back to Network Credit Services, and none of them is great. You want to make sure you respond to any notice of debt collection as promptly as possible so you don't have to fear the next shoe to drop.

Here is a timeline of what you should do in order to make sure you get your debts taken care of and get collections agents off your back:

  1. Verify the debt and the amount
  2. Dispute collections
  3. Set up a payment plan or pay the debt off outright

If you choose to ignore the collection's letters and calls that you receive, then it is entirely possible that the collection's agents will come after you and threaten to take you to court. In fact, they may be capable of doing so if you have ignored their demands for a long enough period of time. Collection agencies don't want to take people to court because it is time-consuming and costly for them as well, but they will do so if they feel that you are not going to respond to anything else.

Get Help Managing Debt Collectors With DoNotPay

It is possible to get help with your debt collectors by using the services provided by DoNotPay.

Here is the program that they offer:

  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.

With those three simple steps, you can start to take the actions that you need to take in order to make some real progress on your goals. You don't have to wait around for your debt situation to get worse. Just trust DoNotPay to help you manage the collection agencies, and you can start to work out how you will pay down the debt that you owe.

DoNotPay also shares detailed information regarding debt recovery and collection.

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