AIC Collections

 

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What To Do If You Get A Nasty Letter or Phone Call From:

AIC Collections

 

 

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AIC Collections is a debt purchasing company or debt collecting company and is listed in the website of the

 

 

 

 

 


Name: AIC Collections
Also Known As: Allied International Credit (UK) Ltd, Allied Credit
Address: Anderston House, 389 Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8LR
Telephone: 0141 2263111
Fax: 0141 8470203
Email: [user] @aiccorp.com
Extra Data: Specialists in "send the boys round" type bright coloured postcards (against OFT rules)

AIC Collections and the Truth About Your Debt

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AIC Collections is a debt collecting agency which has bought a delinquent account from the original lending source (or in some cases another debt purchasing company) for about 10 percent or less of the original value and is trying to get the full sum of the original account from you.

AIC Collections will use all sorts of nasty methods to get you to set up a direct debit or standing order so that they can profit from your misery. You may already have had bad and terrifying experiences of them. They may phone you when they know it is inconvenient or even embarrassing for you and do so unacceptably often. They may write you official appearing sternly drafted letters or cards threatening that they will come round to collect the money in full or that they will take you to court. Other strategies may include attempting to make a charging order on your property or in some way bring about your destitution.

So ask AIC Collections for a copy of the original contract when you took out your loan or credit card.

To find out if you qualify for an IVA or can benefit from a debt management programme, try the IVA Test. It's free to apply, and again you are protected by the consumer laws regarding debt management at all stages. Click here to go to the application form.

 

 

 

 


More Data On AIC Collections

My thanks to the excellent Consumer Action Group forums for these extracts:

Don't let AIC Collections get to you, they're just bullies. You may get calls where they ask you to ring Mr/Miss X urgently. Ignore.

They have 12 working days + 2 days to supply the signed agreement after which time they are in default, a further 30 days they have committed a summary offence. I would start your own thread once you have any further communications and post in the General Debt Forum you will get more help there should you need it.

Our comments: This refers to the Subject Access Request (or CCA1 letter) in which the DCA is asked to produce a true copy of the original credit agreement. The chances are they will not have it, so they will immediately be in breach of the law after 14 days (as the forum respondent wrote, 12 days + 2 days from the date of your CCA1 letter).

If you have any information that you would like honest people to know about AIC Collections then send us an email in complete confidence and we will try to corroborate it with the clowns involved.


 

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