Help with J&J Collections Debt

May 9, 2012 No Comments

J&J Collections

J&J Collections is a debt recovery company.

They may contact you if you are in arrears with repayments to a finance company that you may owe money to. Many debt recovery companies have been accused by consumers of trying to force customers to pay more than they can afford each month, this breaks rules set out by the Office of Fair Trading.

If you are finding it difficult to repay the amount owed to J&J Collections we may be able to help you by arranging reduced payments on your behalf on a month by month basis. Please contact our team for confidential, expert debt advice or to arrange a repayment plan to J&J Collections.

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The Financial Conduct Authority lays out rules and guidelines on how companies can operate in the consumer credit industry and to prevent unfair practices. The FCAs debt collection rules and guidance sets out minimum standards that all authorised companies involved in debt recovery and debt collection must adhere to in order to be considered fit to operate as a debt collector.

Examples of unfair practices include claiming unfair or excessive collection charges, harrassment, misrepresenting enforcement powers (threatening to seize property when lawfully they cannot), bypassing an appointed representative and contacting you directly, threatening legal action when it is unlikely to take place.

Company Name
J&J Collections
Company Address
Legal Department
P.O.Box 1039
Chester
CH99 3AQ

Reg Company Number
N/A

Parent Company
N/A
Consumer Credit Licence
N/A
Website
No Company website

Humber Debt Solutions Ltd

Unit 11, 76-78 Lowgate, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU1 1HP

Tel 0800 915 5371 or call from mobiles 01482 585017

Fax 01482 585017

Email info@www.humberdebt.co.uk

You can also submit your details online for instant advice at www.humberdebt.co.uk. Visit the website for further information.

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*details last updated 9th May 2012*