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Hi guys,


My younger sibling has got her self in a bit of trouble with payday loans(I have warned her against them several times). She took out a loan with wage day advance and failed to pay them back ontime, its added plenty of interest and the debt has now been sold onto debt collectors. They've been in contact with her on the phone yesterday and she told them she is trying her all to raise the money, Ive even told her Ill help her out with a portion of the debt. The problem is she is a vary anxious woman and has children in the house and she's scared the debt collectors will turn up to take her things. I told her this is impossible but she takes no notice of me, if any one could leave any reassurances on the thread that this wont happen I can show it to her tommorow and hopefully shell stop worrying and get back to trying to find the money somewhere.


Thanks alot everyone

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Hi ashlee!


You're right to reassure your sister.


Debt collection agency's are toothless tigers! They will likely shout their mouths off and threaten to come round and torture your next door neighbours cat unless you pay them straight away.


If they phone your sister, tell them "in writing only" and simply hang up. Don't engage in any conversation with them and don't answer any of their security questions.


Some DCAs do employ doorstep collectors. It's rare, but they MAY turn up. They can simply be told to leave, and if they refuse to leave, call the police.


They are not bailiffs and can not remove goods.


How much was the payday loan with WDA? How much has been added to it? What is the total amount the debt now stands at?


Which Dca are involved? Do you know if they are just attempting to collect the debt or have they purchased this debt? All this will be needed of your sister wants advice on how to move forward and deal with this.





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