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About Landa

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  1. Just to warn you, if you're going through Dubai (or Abu Dhabi) and it's within 15 years of the last acknowledgment of the debt you could find yourself arrested (this isn't always the case but it does happen). Out of all the banks, Emirates NBD go after defaulters the most and are the most persistent judging from one of my friend's recent experience upon return to Dubai.
  2. This is what I'm thinking. From research it appears that they're allowed under German law but I do agree that for the original debt being around the £50 mark, it's unlikely that it would be called upon in the UK through British courts. I will be making an offer to the original company when I have an income once again as I think that's best as I'm not opposed to paying what's owed just the fees that I didn't think even the UK debt collectors charge.
  3. So there's nothing they can do? Is there no way that it could escalate as while it's a small debt and the fees are outrageous I've never experienced this before in the UK and most certainly not abroad, I didn't realise that this was a done thing for a non-credit subscription. Thanks for your response.
  4. Hi there, first post here and I hope this is the right place. I have a debt in Germany that I got from a mistake I made and it has since been sold on to a debt collector in Germany who are chasing the debt (from Germany). I spoke to them about the debt and said I couldn't pay however they talked me into 3 monthly payments which I can't afford at this time due to being unemployed (recently lost my job, hopefully will be back in employment soon) but I want to work out exactly what they can and can't do. The debt it's self is 68,40€ however they've added collection fees, (future) a
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