The Ultimate Guide to Oriel Debt Collection

Have you been contacted by Oriel Debt Collections regarding a debt? And you are wondering who they are, why they are contacting you and what they want?

We know that being in debt can feel like your world is slowly falling apart, and you are helpless to do anything about it.

But by reading our Ultimate guide to Oriel Debt Collection will give you the financial and legal advice to fight back.

Ultimately reading our guide and speaking to one of our expert team will help you gain confidence and knowledge to know where you stand and what to do next.

Our expert team have been in the financial and legal field for years and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you find your feet.

Click the link below, fill out the contact form today and speak to one of them today. They may also be able to take 85% off your current debt.

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Who is Oriel Debt Collection?

Oriel Debt Collection is a debt collection agency that specialises in both corporate and consumer debt.

They have clients in over 30 sectors, many well-known household companies such as Virgin Media, OVO Energy and HMRC.

They pride themselves on their agents being trained to the highest standard, supported by their Quality trainer, who listen to the conversation and then give their agent feedback on what they can improve.

They also pride themselves on being able to help people around the world by having multi-lingual agents and provide translation services.

Why have I got a letter from Oriel Debt Collection?

So you have had a letter through the door regarding a debt that you don’t know about. There could be a few possible reasons for this:

  • It is an old debt that you have forgotten about
  • It is a debt that has been transferred or sold to a debt collection agency
  • The debt has been sent to the wrong address
  • The debt has been sent to the wrong person

If you are sure the debt isn’t yours, it is important to contact the debt collection agency as soon as possible.

Write or email the Oriel Debt Collection regarding the quote, request for them to send you a Debt Validation Letter. Legally Oriel Debt Collection has to send you this.

The Debt Validation Letter will outline how much you owe and other information such as:

  • You have 30 days to dispute the debt, or Oriel Debt Collection will take it as valid
  • A statement entailing that if you dispute the debt, the collector will supply you with the verification of the debt or judgement via mail
  • A statement noting that you may within 30 days request the originals creditor’s name and address         

But if you think the debt is yours, it is important to contact Oriel Debt Collection as soon as possible.

But before you do anything, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our expert team of Legal and Financial Advisors before you get in contact with Oriel Debt Collection, so you don’t get caught off guard.

Did You Know You Can Write Off Up To 85% Of Your Debts?

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How do I get in contact with Oriel Debt Collectors?

What Can Oriel Debt Collectors Do?

Oriel Debt collectors can:

  • Visit you at home
  • Discreetly and confidentially talk to you about the debt
  • Set up a monthly paying arrangement
  • Ask you a payment

Oriel Debt Collectors Cannot:

  • Visit you at your workplace
  • Act in a threatening or intimidating way or cause a disturbance
  • Force their way into your house OR refuse to leave
  • Take any of your belongings or clamp your vehicle
  • Impersonating an enforcement officer or bailiff (this is actually illegal)
  • Speak to neighbours, family, colleagues or friends regarding the debt

What Are The Next Steps?

If you don’t think you owe the debt or it has been given to you in error. Gather any correspondence you have had with the creditor. This includes all letters and emails. Also, try and get any bank statements that prove that you have paid the creditor. This can be used as evidence if it gets taken to court.

List of Debt Collection Agencies UK

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