How Quickly Will I Get My Money?

Often it can be quick, but it will depend on your particular circumstances. Often our initial letter will yield a good result but sometimes other factors emerge such as: • The debt is disputed • The debtor moves away or goes into receivership, liquidation, administration • The debtor actually has no money • The correct identity…

What Do You Actually Do?

It depends on the debtor but we usually write to them but in some circumstances we may telephone them. We would always follow up any telephone call with a letter to confirm what has been said. If the debt cannot be resolved or the debtor does not respond, the next step is legal action. If…

Can You Provide Legal Advice?

Yes, of course! Other debt collection services can’t do this. We can advise you of the legal process of litigation and give you a clear understanding of the cost vs benefit equation. If it better to settle with your debtor for a far smaller sum we will advise you so

One of our employees is alleging that we discriminated against him due to his disability in that we failed to make reasonable adjustments. Do I have an obligation to consent to any adjustment he requests?

The Disability Discrimination Act suggests that as an employer you may have to make reasonable adjustments. In order to consider whether it is reasonable for you to make the necessary adjustments an Employment Tribunal would consider the extent to which the adjustment will have prevented the disadvantage, the practical ability of you making the adjustment,…

Do I have to pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT)?

Whether you pay SDLT is dependent upon the purchase or lease value of the property. Currently, on a purchase, if the cost of the property is between £150,000 and £250,000 SDLT is charged on the whole of the purchase price at 1%. Between £250,000 and £500,000 it is 3% of the whole price and above…