What To Do If You Get A Nasty Letter or Phone Call From:
Apex Credit Management Debt Collection Agents
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Credit Management Debt Collection Agents is a debt purchasing company
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Credit Management Debt Collection Agents
Also Known As: May have previously been (or associated with) BCW
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Apex Credit Management
Debt Collection Agents is a debt collection company
which has purchased a delinquent account from the original creditor,
often a bank (or in some cases another debt collecting agency) for much
less than the value of the original debt and is shamelessly trying to
get the full sum of the original from you.
Apex Credit Management
Debt Collection Agents will use all sorts of nasty
methods to get money out of you in order to make money from you.
You may have already experienced bad and terrifying experiences of them.
They may call you on the phone at odd times and do this many times every
day. They may be sending you official-looking nastily worded letters
threatening that they will come round to collect the full amount or
take you to court if you cannot pay. Their other strategies may involve
attempting an order for sale charge on your property or make you homeless.
So ask Apex Credit Management Debt Collection Agents
for a copy of the original contract when you took out your loan or credit
Data On Apex Credit Management Debt Collection Agents
My thanks to MoneySavingExpert
for extracts from their forum:
I have discovered something rather disturbing
and thought I'd share it. I have had debt, but I haven't actually
run one up since 1997, and the company stopped chasing me about five
years ago. I only very very recently learnt my new phone number after
moving and have started entering it into competition forms. There
is no other way that that number could have got out and all of a sudden,
Apex Credit Management Debt
Collection Agents are calling me from seven thirty in the morning,
and then every ten minutes to one hour, without let up. I don't know
what they could possibly want from me, but I'm not talking to them.
I know how sneaky and disgusting those companies are.
So yes, I thought i'd say, be careful, clearly
no-one's details are safe these days.
Credit Management Debt Collection Agents don't seem to mind
where they get the data from or whether it contains innaccuracies
or not. (We've seen examples of names being absurdly misspelt and
the obvious typo going unnoticed for months or years.) In this case
it would seem that the data has been bought from a competition or
a sweepstake perhaps. The suppliers of these competitions presumably
don't know that the data (information about you and me, our telephone
numbers and addresses possibly as well) is being sold to people who
will then try to get you to pay money that you don't owe. This 'speculative
debt collecting' is becoming more frequent. Again, the law seems to
be turning a blind eye.
you have any information that you would like honest people to know
about Apex Credit Management Debt Collection Agents then send us an
email in complete confidence and we will try to corroborate it with
the clowns involved.
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