The Ultimate Guide to Debt Squared Debt Collection

Have you been contacted by Debt Squared Debt Collection? Wondering who they are, why they are contacting you and what to do next? Our ultimate guide to Debt Squared Debt Collection has all the answers you are looking for?

We know how stressful and upsetting it can be to get behind on any payment. That’s why this guide is packed with important legal and financial information to help you get through this turbulent time.

Speaking to a professional legal or financial adviser can also give you insight into your options and the next steps.

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Who are Debt Squared Debt Collection

According to their website, Debt Squared Debt Collection was founded in 2008. They specialise in Commerical, Industrial and Retail  Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR).

Debt Squared Debt Collection specialises in services like recovering debt, eviction, forfeiture of leases. They are also a part of the Clearway Group, an international company specialising in managing and protecting property.

How do I get in contact with Debt Squared Debt Collection?

  • Their Head Office:  Greenside House, 5 Portal Business Park, Eaton Lane, Tarporley, Cheshire, CW6 9DL
  • Registered Office: Pennine Place, 2a Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0HF.
  • Telephone: 0800 002 9049
  • Email: [email protected]

Are they a legitimate company?

Yes, they are a legitimate company. They are registered under the company number 06729253 on the Companies House website, which can be found here.

Why is Debt Squared Debt Collection Contacting Me?

They are probably contacting you due to being in arrears or being in debt to the landlord, or one of the terms and conditions have been breached, and you are being evicted under forfeiture of leases.

This means you have broken the terms and agreements set out in your contract, and the landlord is now taking action by evicting you from the premises.

What Are My Next Steps?

If you are sure, you do not owe money or have broken the terms and conditions.

First, gather all the correspondence you have had with the landlord, whether through email or letters.

Next, get your contract and read through it to make sure, read the terms and conditions.

Finally, check your bank statement and make sure no payments bounced back unknowingly.

If you do not have this on a piece of paper, take a screenshot and print it off.

This is so you have evidence to show that you have paid and did not break any terms or conditions.

Normally your landlord would have issued you with either a complaint, warning or termination of the contract before contacting a debt collector.

Look around the house as it is easy to put letters in a drawer and forget about it.

Make sure you have all the correspondence, print off emails and letters as it is likely the debt collector and landlord will have these details, and you don’t want to be caught out.

Contact the landlord and ask if he has sold the debt to the debt collector or just working with them.

Ask why the letter has been sent out, is it because you are behind on rent or if terms & conditions have been broken.

If you are behind on payment, you may be able to persuade the landlord about paying him back in monthly payments (opening a debt management plan); however, the landlord may not want to do this, and you have to understand that this may not be an option.

If you are worried about what your next steps are, don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our knowledgable and professional team members today:

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What Can Debt Squared Debt Collection Do?

Debt Squared Debt Collection can:

  • Call me at home or work between 8 am-9 pm (unless you ask them to stop)
  • Write to you or send emails regarding the debt and setting up a payment plan
  • Visit you at home (doorstop visits); they are not allowed to come in uninvited and do not have the rights to take anything.
  • Request you make a payment to them

Debt Squared Debt Collection Cannot:

  • Act in a threatening, aggressive and intimidating manner
  • Cause a disturbance to yourself or your family
  • Visit you at work
  • Take any of your belongings
  • Force their way into your home
  • Discuss your debt with anyone who knows you, neighbours, friends, colleagues/employer or family
  • Pretend to be a Bailiff

List of Debt Collection Agencies UK

Here is a list of all the debt collectors in the UK.