Wilson & Roe High Court Enforcement Ltd
How Will They Chase Me?
Your bailiff will often follow these steps to chase your debt:
You are likely to receive a phone call from the agency along with a letter. The letter will include details of the total amount of debt owed, along with any penalty charges applied (these are outlined above). You will also be given a tight deadline within which you will be expected to pay in full.
This could be followed by a home visit asking for payment in full or to seize items or vehicles from your property to the value of your debt.
If the debt isn’t paid before the deadline, then you will often be issued with a County Court Judgement (CCJ).
Threaten bankruptcy if the debt isn’t paid either with money or via the sale of your belongings.
What Types of Debt Do They Collect?
Statutory demands for bankruptcy
Arrest warrants, with or without bail for committal
Housing benefit overpayments
Former tenant arrears
Road Traffic debts
What Are My Options?
Paying the agency is not your only option under these circumstances.
If you are being pursued, then it’s still not too late to seek debt help from IVA4Me.
Once you begin your IVA application, an IVA proposal will be sent to all your creditors, including your bailiffs. This will often result in your creditors ceasing their action.
Take The First Step Towards A Debt Free Life Today!
- Letter to inform you of the debt – £75
- Home/Office Visit – £235
- Removal/Selling of belongings – £110