AIC Debt Collecting Agents


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AIC Debt Collecting Agents



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AIC Debt Collecting Agents is a debt purchasing company or debt collecting company listed in the website of






Name: AIC Debt Collecting Agents
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]
Extra Data: Specialists in "send the boys round" type bright coloured postcards (against OFT rules)

AIC Debt Collecting Agents and the Truth About Your Debt

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AIC Debt Collecting Agents is a debt collecting agents which has purchased the debtor account from the original lending source (or in some cases another debt collecting agency) for about 10 percent or less of the original value of the debt and is trying to get the full sum of the original debt from you.

AIC Debt Collecting Agents will use all sorts of nasty methods to get money out of you in order to make money from you. You may already have had bad dealings with them. They may call you on the phone when they know it is inconvenient for you and do so unacceptably often. They may be sending you official appearing sternly worded letters threatening that they will come round to collect the full amount or that they will take you to court. Other strategies will include attempting an order for sale charge on your home or make you homeless.

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





More Data On AIC Debt Collecting Agents

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

I am now over the 12 days for the CCA request from AIC Debt Collecting Agents and the Debt Managers and also now at the end of the 30 days whereby I believe they commit a criminal offence, Does anyone know what I ahould do now or do I need not take any further action until they contact me?

[Response]: I think you should write to AIC Debt Collecting Agents and tell them that they have failed to comply with their obligations under s77(1) of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and they may not enforce the debt by virtue of s77(4). Further, because they have failed to rectify this situation within the statutory period of 30 days they have committed an offence (also under s77(4)), a fact that you will communicate to the FOS, OFT and local trading standards. You will also make it known to the court should civil proceedings be initiated by either side.

Our comments: Good advice.This refers to the CCA1 Subject Access Request letter and the CCA2 letter which is a reminder that they have failed to comply with the first letter. In the above example, AIC Debt Collecting Agents are now in breach of the Consumer Credit Act.

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