AIC Debt Collection Agents

 

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

AIC Debt Collection Agents

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 


Name: AIC Debt Collection 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] @aiccorp.com
Extra Data: Specialists in "send the boys round" type bright coloured postcards (against OFT rules)

AIC Debt Collection Agents and the Truth About Your Debt

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AIC Debt Collection Agents is a debt purchasing firm which has purchased your debt account from the original creditor, usually a bank (or in some cases another debt purchasing company) for about 10 percent or less of the original value and is shamelessly trying to get the full sum of the original account from you.

AIC Debt Collection Agents will use all sorts of nasty methods to get you to set up a standing order or direct debit in order to profit from you. You may already have had bad and terrifying experiences of them. They may call you on the phone when they know it is inconvenient or even embarrassing for you and do so several times every day. They may be sending you official-looking nastily worded letters or cards threatening that they will come round to collect the full amount or take you to court for the full amount. Other tactics will include attempting to make a charging order on your property or make you homeless.

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

 

 

 

 


More Data On AIC Debt Collection Agents

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

I have just paid AIC Debt Collection Agents £350 as full & final payment of a debt of my husband's from NatWest bank. The money is disputed with the bank but I am so sick of dealing with it I just wanted it over and done with. And £350 was a good deal better than the £700+ that is allegedly owed. However, when I asked that AIC confirm the debt was settled in writing (and after I had given my card details) they put the phone down on me. I certainly hope this was one of the calls they have recorded.

Today we have received a 'final notice of intent' from AIC stating that we still owe £298.05 and must pay immediatley to avoid further action. Are they taking the mickey??

Our comments: This is an example of AIC Debt Collections applying pressure until people are sick and tired of the threats and will just give in. It's always a good move to ask for the original credit agreement in writing (in the above case, the DCA put the phone down at this point as if he was Dracula confronted with garlic). An even better way would be to ask for this in writing - do not deal with them by phone at all.

Ask for the original credit agreement in writing: they will not be able to produce it (usually - or they might try to produce a forgery of one) and thus will have fallen at the first hurdle. AIC Debt Collection Agents are notorious for being the most willing to try lots of things that they haven't a hope in succeeding. But it's just human nature: when you make threats some people will succumb, while others will not.

If you have any information that you would like honest people to know about AIC 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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