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Are you being harassed with threatening and frequent phone calls? Maybe a letter has come to your home, or a debt collector from CRS Debt has even appeared at your door. Don't let debt affect your life and mental health. Please fill out the form below to get support in dealing with nasty debt collectors.
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Who is Credit Resource Solutions Debt?
Unfortunately, if CRS UK or Credit Resource Solutions is contacting you, then you might already be aware that they are one of the worst debt collection companies in the UK. CRS is a debt collection company that is privately owned by Andrew, Julie and Benjamin Calvert.
They acknowledge that the current ways of collecting debt are outdated. They have developed new techniques using technology and offer mycrs as a self-serve portal to check accounts. Their methods have been questioned as recently as 2010 when the Office of Fair Trading (which no longer exists) stated that poor practices seemed to be widespread.
If you are having issues of harassment from the CRS debt collectors, contact us by telephone or fill out this form to see how we can help. Stop the stress you feel and get on the right side of debt.
As other debt collectors, they have the proper licenses to operate. They are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and are also members of the Credit Services Association. While their collection methods have sometimes been called into question, they are nonetheless a regulated company.
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Why is CRS contacting me?
In the current climate, the business of debt collection is vast, and companies like credit resolution services are making a profit on these unfortunate situations. CRS or Credit Resource solutions is a debt collection agency. Meaning they are collecting debts that were not made with their company.
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CRS debt collection buys outstanding debts, usually at less than they are worth originally. This means they make their profit when a customer pays their debt in full. They purchase debt from anyone who will sell it, phone bills, utilities, and cars.
If you are being contacted by debt collectors chances are they have bought your debt from someone else. Fill out this form to see how we can help you with debt collectors.
Do I really owe CRS money?
For anyone being contacted by CRS might wonder if the debt is even theirs. CRS buys outstanding debts, so if your debt was not with them, it does not matter because they now hold your file.
The first step you should take is to ensure that the money they claim you owe is correct. Get in contact with CRS and establish where the original debt is coming from.
This step is important because the amount of money you owe may be larger than you remember. For several reasons like interest and missed payment penalties, you may owe more than you think.
Contact CRS and ask for the original debt agreement, if this is something they can't provide then you may be under no obligation to pay them.
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I think CRS is not following the law.
The best way to tell if this is happening to you is to understand the rules they must follow.
If you feel like CRA is not following the rules, please fill out this form to help stop their harassment.
- They must treat any debtor fairly. They are not to use tactics that are coercive, aggressive, or deceitful. They also cannot use any practices that might seem oppressive, improper or unfair.
- The information they provide should be clear and not misleading or confusing.
- If debtors are having any trouble paying their debts, they should be considerate of their circumstances.
- When creating repayment plans, they should take into account the personal circumstances and situations of the debtors.
If you feel that these guidelines are not being followed, you can contact the Financial Ombudsman Service. By their email address at email@example.com. By phone call 0300 1239 123 or 0800 023 4567.
I don't want to or can't pay CRS Debt
If you owe money, the easiest thing is to pay for it, but everyone has a unique situation. You may not pay this debt because of other expenses, or paying the debt would put another essential spending on things like food and rent in jeopardy.
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The individuals who work at CRS are paid the least amount possible, and they receive a bonus when they get you on a payment plan.
First, you will usually be contacted by phone. If you don't answer, they will call from different numbers trying to see if you will pick up. Reviews also state that they have used other company names when making their calls.
They have many ways to wear you down until you pay. One of them is using automated call technology. This allows them to use a system to call you with no live person, and calls could come in every 15 minutes. They may try a different number to contact you as well, work, home or school.
Make notes of these calls. As if they happen too often, you can report them to the financial ombudsman service, or use one of our forms to get help in stopping these annoying calls and end the cycle.
If you do happen to see their number on your screen and answer a common tactic used is that of the Good Cop Bad Cop on the phone. When using this approach, they are trying to wear you down into paying the amount in full.
Beginning with the "Good Cop" call, they might seem concerned about your debt, even appear understanding. Either in the same call or with a different agent, you will then get the "Bad Cop" when you begin to refuse to pay. They will become rude, blunt and sometimes threatening.
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Can I just ignore CSR?
In short, yes it is within your right just to ignore any form of communication, including an email from CRS. You cannot be sent to jail for not paying your outstanding debt. In doing so, you will most likely see an increase in their attempt to contact you.
While the debt collectors have no legal right to enter your home, and they cannot remove anything from the home. CRS debt collectors are not bailiffs.
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If they are unsuccessful in getting you to pay, they may resort to using the court system. CRS can request a County Court Judgement. If legal action is taken against you attachment of earnings order can be placed by the judge.
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The court can indeed send a bailiff to your home, and the bailiffs able to remove items and put their value against your debt. If court action is taken, then you can be chased for your outstanding debt past the usual six-year time period.
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