If you have been contacted or visited by one of our members or one of their Enforcement Agents, then your debt has been passed on to a High Court Enforcement Officer.

That means the organisation or individual that you owe a debt to has formally instructed one of our members to recover that debt.

We recommend you pay the outstanding debt and the associated interest and enforcement fees at the earliest possible opportunity.

The worst thing you can do is ignore the debt and hope it will go away because interest and fees will increase, the size of your debt will grow, and you will need to pay more.

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