AIC Debt Collections

 

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

AIC Debt Collections

 

 

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

 

 

 

 

 


Name: AIC Debt 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 Debt Collections and the Truth About Your Debt

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AIC Debt Collections is a debt collection agents that has purchased a delinquent account from the original creditor, usually a bank for a small percentage of the original value of the debt and is brazenly attempting to recover the full sum of the original account from you.

AIC Debt Collections will use all sorts of nasty methods to get you to set up a direct debit or standing order in order to profit from you. You may already have experienced bad and terrifying experiences of them. They may phone you up when they know it is inconvenient or even embarrassing for you and do so unacceptably often. They may write you official-appearing nastily worded letters or cards threatening to send people round to collect the money in full or take you to court for the full amount. Other tactics may include attempting an order for sale charge on your home or in some way bring about your homelessness or destitution.

So ask AIC Debt 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 Debt Collections

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

[Forum advice to a respondent]: I think you need to write to AIC Debt Collections and tell them that your brother doesn't live at that address, that you don't know where he lives, etc - in fact, all the things you told them on the phone -put it in writing. Also tell them that they must not phone again. Point out that contacting people who are not the debtor is contrary to the OFT Guidelilnes on Debt Collection and that, if they phone you again now that you have told them your brother is not at that address, you will report them to the relevant authorities for harassment and may even call in the police. At the end write, "if you do not understand any part of this letter you should contact a qualified solicitor"

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