Dukes Bailiffs Review

Dukes Bailiffs

The Dukes Bailiffs Company is one of the leading debt collection agencies in the UK. This agency is a family run business that has been operating since 1993. It has many services to offer its customers, including evictions and recovering unpaid bills for commercial companies and private individuals. They also have a compliance department to make sure the company meets all legal requirements.

Dukes is a member of CIVEA, Investors in People Gold standard, and ISO27001 accredited. The company’s services are customized to meet individual client needs. A few of the services offered by the company include tenant evictions, high court enforcement, parking charge notices, and high court judgments.

Depending on the amount of debt you owe, the cost of a debt collector can be quite high. However, if you can pay your debt off in full, then you can avoid further action by the bailiffs. If you cannot afford the full amount, then they may be willing to accept partial payments to close the debt.

While Dukes Bailiffs may be able to recover your outstanding balance, they can also be a nuisance. You may hear from them multiple times during the course of the enforcement process, and they may attempt to intimidate you. In some cases, they can even go so far as to threaten bankruptcy.

In addition to harassing you for payment, you can expect to be pressured to sell or pawn some of your possessions to satisfy the debt. This can cause emotional distress for some and cause some people to contemplate suicide. For these reasons, it’s important to have a plan in place before a bailiff visits your home.

The Dukes Bailiffs Company is a member of the IRRV (Independent Register of Residential Valuers). They are also a member of the CQI (Chartered Quality Institute) and are ISO27001 accredited. Also, they have an online complaint form. When they receive a complaint from you, they will take action.

The Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations outline fees charged by bailiffs. Basically, there are two types of fees: a compliance fee, and a payment fee. To be able to qualify for the compliance fee, you have to send in a letter to Dukes stating your name, address, contact information, and the amount of debt you owe. Once you receive a letter from them, you have seven days to respond and pay.

While the letters may seem to be a waste of time and energy, they’re actually a great way to find out more about the company. The letter will explain what your debt is, what the company can do to help you, and how much you owe. Moreover, the letter may contain a seizure of property and a deadline to make payment.

Ultimately, it’s a good idea to seek advice and help from a professional. This can be a great way to deal with your debt and protect your rights. Additionally, you can also use the Financial Ombudsman Service to deal with any debt related issues you might have.

Dukes Bailiffs Review was first seen on Debt Worries