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Debt recovery for purchasers

Stephensons are the experts when it comes to recovery of unsecured loans for debt purchase businesses, and we have a team of debt recovery solicitors who are experienced in handling cases for debt purchase companies of all different sizes.

When it comes to debt recovery for purchasers, Stephensons are the industry specialists. We have many years’ experience of dealing with debt recovery cases for debt purchase companies, working closely with our clients and their debtors to agree on suitable payment arrangements, and avoid litigation proceedings wherever possible.

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Debt recovery solicitors

If a settlement cannot be reached between the debt purchase company and the debtor, then we will initiate debt recovery procedures, bringing the case forward to judgment. Our debt recovery solicitors will be with you every step of the way, helping you to recover as much of your debt as possible.

We can provide invaluable legal assistance for debt purchasers covering a number of different financial products, from unsecured lending arrangements such as loans and credit cards, to smaller levels of debt, like telecoms and utility bills.

Our team of debt recovery solicitors can work with you to identify the most appropriate litigation procedures, establishing which accounts are the most likely to result in successful debt recovery, and develop a debt purchase recovery programme using various methods of communication to engage with you and your debtors, from regular phone calls and emails to written letters and SMS updates.

For debt purchasing companies who need some expert legal advice about how to pursue their debtors with whom they have had unsecured lending arrangements, please feel free to get in touch. Contact Stephensons today by calling 01616 966 229 and speak to a member of our debt purchase recovery team.

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