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Hi,

I have an outstanding amount of £304 for oil I recieved last year. It was larger but I cleared some direct to the oil company.

They passed the debt over to Daniels Silverman for collection 3 months ago. I firstly told them I did not want to pay them and wished to continue an agreement with the oil company, but they were insistant they now dealt with it. They also insisted I cleared it in full at that said time.

I was not able to pay all the monies and we seemed to be getting nowhere.

I wrote to them last week saying that I agin wished to contact and agree a payment direct with the oil comapny and not them and have recieved a reply saying they are the agents and I must deal with them.

I seem to be going around in circles. Thsi is not a large amount but I can't afford it all in one go. Should I just write to teh oil company telling them I wish to pay them direct and could we come to some kind of agreement or any other suggestions?

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by pass these cretins and contact the oil company, if you had been paying them I cant see why they passed it to the muppets


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by pass these cretins and contact the oil company, if you had been paying them I cant see why they passed it to the muppets

 

Thanks , you have just confirmed what I was going to do

Will keep you informed as to how it goes.

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good luck


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Did you continue to make payments through the 3 month period or did you stop making payments while you waited for a reply?

 

Daniels Silverman will add 15% to the bill if you pay it through them. This is how they make their money. I'd suggest you contact the supplier direct and make them an offer of a reasonable payment plan. Don't simply do nothing.

 

If it was me I'd contact the supplier, make the offer, then simply make a weekly payment to the supplier and ignore Daniels Silverman. If the supplier said "no you must go through daniels silverman" I'd simply send the supplier the cheque direct weekly anyway. I've never known an accounts department never to cash a cheque, and once they have, it remains a civil matter.

 

 

Short version: keep sending them a cheque direct for an affordable amount regularly.

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Did you continue to make payments through the 3 month period or did you stop making payments while you waited for a reply?

 

Daniels Silverman will add 15% to the bill if you pay it through them. This is how they make their money. I'd suggest you contact the supplier direct and make them an offer of a reasonable payment plan. Don't simply do nothing.

 

If it was me I'd contact the supplier, make the offer, then simply make a weekly payment to the supplier and ignore Daniels Silverman. If the supplier said "no you must go through daniels silverman" I'd simply send the supplier the cheque direct weekly anyway. I've never known an accounts department never to cash a cheque, and once they have, it remains a civil matter.

 

 

Short version: keep sending them a cheque direct for an affordable amount regularly.

 

Thank you................

That is exactly what I planned to do

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