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1. Moorcroft – Debt Collection Agency

2. Who is Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

3. What can Moorcroft Debt Recovery do?

4. What should I do if Moorcroft Debt Recovery contact me?

5. How do I contact Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

6. How can Refresh Debt Advice help me stop Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

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Moorcroft – Debt Collection Agency

Have you received a letter, phone call or email from Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

Being in a difficult financial position can be challenging. Trying to make repayments to your creditors for things like credit cards, loans and catalogues isn’t always easy with everyday living costs rising year over year.

Remember that debt collection agenciessuch as Moorcroft are not enforcement agents. This means that they do not have the same rights as bailiffs.

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Who is Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

Moorcroft Debt Recovery is a UK debt collection agency.

Moorcroft Debt Recovery began trading in 1985, they have expanded rapidly over this period and have built their business and reputation by working in collaboration with their clients. The debt collection agency has three offices based in Stockport and Cheshire.

The company has more than 1.5 million live accounts on their system at any given time. They state that their combined total of head office staff and nationwide field agents means that they have access to more than 600 people working on their behalf.

Moorcroft Debt Recovery provides its services to the following sectors:

  • Banking and financial services
  • Telecommunications
  • Homes shopping
  • Utilities
  • Advertising
  • Insurance
  • Local and Central Government

If you’re struggling with debt and need help with stopping Moorcroft Debt Recovery. Call our specialist advisors today on 0800 121 48 63 or complete the online form to the right to request a call-back.

What can Moorcroft Debt Recovery do?

Moorcroft Debt Recovery, a debt collection agency are not granted any special powers to help them in their debt recovery process. They cannot take any additional action that the original creditor would not be able to take themselves. This means that Moorcroft Debt Recovery have to use a similar process and follow similar guidelines as the original creditor when recovering outstanding arrears.

Moorcroft Debt Recovery will use various methods to contact you. You will most likely be contacted by Moorcroft Debt Recovery with letters and phone calls.

Dealing with Moorcroft Debt Recovery can be a tough experience for many, especially when you receive phone calls and letters from them.

Fortunately, Moorcroft Debt Recovery as well as any other debt collection agency are not able to give you incorrect information about their legal status.

The expert advisors at Refresh Debt Services will consider your current financial circumstances and help you find the right solution to meets your needs. We can negotiate an affordable repayment plan for you. We can do this for any debts held by Moorcroft Debt Recovery, as well as other debts you may have.

Speak to a specialist money advisor today on 0800 121 48 63 or simply complete the online form on this page to request a call-back.

What should I do if Moorcroft Debt Recovery contact me?

Firstly, do not make the situation worse by ignoring their phone calls and letters.

It’s important to know what your rights are and what you should do at each stage of the Moorcroft debt recovery process. We can help you resolve the situation by discussing a number of wider financial solutions that are available to you.

Debt collectors like Moorcroft will send you various automated letters. They will ask you to contact them by phone to set up a repayment plan. They may even try to threaten you with a visit to your home.

Later on, Moorcroft Debt Recovery could attempt to offer you an out of court settlement. The situation can escalate when they start making further threats to take you to court to obtain a county court judgement (CCJ), in some rare instances, they could make you bankrupt.

Remember that these are standardised letters, a similar letter will be sent by Moorcroft Debt Recovery to everyone they try to recover debt from.

It can be difficult to arrange a repayment plan with Moorcroft Debt Recovery. We can help you find a solution that you can manage through affordable instalments. We take into account your current financial circumstances by going through an income and expenditure sheet to see what would be your best option.

Have you been contacted by Moorcroft Debt Recovery? If yes, contact Refresh Debt Services to speak to one of our friendly advisors for impartial advice. We’re able to advise on a range of solutions, helping you become debt free.

How do I contact Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

You can contact Moorcroft Debt Recovery through a number of different ways.

If you wish to contact Moorcroft Debt Recovery via post, you can write to them at: 2 Spring Gardens, Stockport, SK1 4AA

You can call Moorcroft Debt Recovery on 0161 475 2970

Their office opening hours are as follows:
7:15am – 9:00pm, Monday to Thursday
7:15am – 7pm Friday
8:30am – 4pm Saturday

Remember that any telephone calls you make may be recorded.

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If you need to email Moorcroft Debt Recovery, you can send them a message at:

How can Refresh Debt Advice help me stop Moorcroft Debt Recovery?

Our friendly team understands how worrying it is when you receive phone call and letters from Moorcroft Debt Recovery.

It can be a difficult position to be in when you’re no longer in control of your debts or financial situation. This is why we’re able to help you find a solution that’s right for your circumstances.

If you need help with Moorcroft Debt Recovery as well as help with any other debts that you may have, call our specialist advisors today on 0800 121 48 63 or complete the online form on this page to request a call-back.

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