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Breaking News... thumb_many_dice2.jpgIntrum to cut 247 jobs in Liverpool - 01/09/2009

Debt collection agency Intrum Justitia is to make 247 people redundant from its UK operations. The company is pulling back from contingency collections and will focus on debt purchase in future. Full story »

 

 

 

 

I'm gutted :rolleyes:

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Haha. The people being made redundant might soon have dca's on their backs now as they won't be able to afford their bills. Might go outside their office and laugh at them all coming out as it is only around the corner from me:D

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It would be good to get an EX DCA emplyee (who worked at a highish level) to start contributing (in a debtor friendly fashion) to give us a REAL INSIGHT into the thinking and strategies of DCAs. I, for one, have never understood why a DCA, without a valid CCA, would not settle for practically whatever they would get rather than just let it "go dormnat".

 

I really owuld like to understand what drives DCAs in their "settlement" thinking. What are the guidelines, what are are "sign off levels" for various settlements.

 

Some insight from a recently made reducnatn DCA emplyee would be helpful.

 

Also, IJ just pulling out of servicing for 3rd parties - but still keen to buy debts - so I gues that part of the market wil continue -and grow

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It would be good to get an EX DCA emplyee (who worked at a highish level) to start contributing (in a debtor friendly fashion) to give us a REAL INSIGHT into the thinking and strategies of DCAs. I, for one, have never understood why a DCA, without a valid CCA, would not settle for practically whatever they would get rather than just let it "go dormnat".

 

I really owuld like to understand what drives DCAs in their "settlement" thinking. What are the guidelines, what are are "sign off levels" for various settlements.

 

Some insight from a recently made reducnatn DCA emplyee would be helpful.

 

Also, IJ just pulling out of servicing for 3rd parties - but still keen to buy debts - so I gues that part of the market wil continue -and grow

 

I would think because for everyone of us sending cca requests and prove it letters there are probably 100's of people just rolling over and paying, why go through all the hassle of bothering with people who have some idea of their rights, when they can bully others into paying

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Dont be too harsh you lot there will be a lot of innocent baby chimps going without nuts if Mr n Mrs Chimp lose their jobs;)

 

Looks like crime is going up in liverpool as is the sales of shell-suits n curly perms (soz to scousers on here:))

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sure i said they same thing!

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Nice one, hopefull the people with one of the silliest names in the 'industry' (I think IQOR is the next daftest) will eventually loose their licence.

 

Iqor always reminds me of the 'igors' in Terry Pratchett novels :D

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