Received a missed call from 01513054958 and wanting to know who this is?

According to our reports, 01513054958 belongs to Debt & Revenue Services, a debt collecting company that tries to collect unsecured debts from you. Missed calls from 01513054958 need to be treated with caution. Speak to a specialist debt advisor before answering any calls from the phone number 01513054958.

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The reverse phone number lookout tool shows +441513054958 telephone number to be Debt & Revenue Services.

Before returning any call to 01513054958 it is important you understand the various debt solutions you have.

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Information about 01513054958

The people who have called you from 01513054958 are Debt & Revenue Services and complaints have been raised from this number for:

  • Debt & Revenue Services harassment
  • Debt & Revenue Services text message spam
  • Debt & Revenue Services fake court letter

01513054958 call you to recover debt for credit cards, utility bills, or even parking fines or council tax debt.

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Users have reported this 01513054958 phone number so many others have been worried.

But before speaking to any bailiff or debt recovery agent you need to know the solutions you have.

If you are being chased by +441513054958 in the UK you want to know all the rights you have.

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We strongly advise before speaking to debt collectors you speak to a debt advisor for free who can assist on what your solutions are.

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Some debt advisors might be able to assist you in legally writing off 85% of your debts if you qualify.

What happens if you ignore 01513054958?

It’s never a good idea to ignore 01513054958, no matter the circumstances.

Ignoring them won’t stop them from trying to contact you, even if you believe the debt is not yours to pay.

If the debt is yours to pay, it’s even more of a problem if you ignore the debt collectors.

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This can give them a reason to enforce more serious action on you.

It can also increase the debt you already owe by adding interest and additional charges.

It is best to take control of the situation, seek help from a debt expert and get the situation dealt with.

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Feedback on Phone Calls

Here is some feedback from people in the UK who has received phone calls from 01513054958.

  • “Debt & Revenue Services are the callers, very harassing”
  • “Debt & Revenue ringing each and every day and leaving voicemails”
  • “Constantly calling, messaging and leaving voicemails.”
  • “Bombarded with calls from Debt & Revenue Services”
  • “How can Debt & Revenue get away with such poor business practices? “
  • “Debt & Revenue Services trying to contact me at all hours of the day.”
  • “Didn’t answer, my phone said “potential fraud”
  • “Repeatably calling as late as 9 pm from Debt & Revenue.”
  • “Sick of these calls from Debt & Revenue Services”

Phone number 01513054958 has a negative rating.

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This phone number is mostly categorised as a debt collector, Financial services and Nuisance call.

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Why Is 01513054958 Calling?

Debt & Revenue Services are calling you from the phone number +441513054958 to chase debts you might owe.

The debts owed could include:

  • Credit Card Debts
  • Overdraft
  • Council Tax Debt
  • Utility Bills
  • Parking Fines

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