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Hi All,

I need some help with the above query.............



I received a letter a few days ago from Debt & Revenue Services informing me of an impending doorstep visit (between December 30th 2013 and January 30th 2014) regarding a debt that is owed to Vodafone.



Now while I accept that the debt is mine after reading different posts on here about DRS I am unsure whether to ring them or not for one reason or another mainly because I have read threads on here that have said NEVER to contact a DCA over the telephone or whether I let a Debt Collector come to the door and try an sought it out but then again I really don't want that to happen either.................HOWEVER



I also don't know if to contact Vodafone first because like I say although I accept the debt is mine I have had NO correspondence from Vodafone at all about the debt and the first I have had since the account was opened with them is this card/letter from DRS and I don't know if Vodafone will be able to do anything about it.



Also if a doorstep Debt Collector DOES happen to call at my house then what powers does he/she have...........Do I have to let them in or do they have the powers to enter a property in anyway and I know this may sound daft but do they have the powers to remove any goods to settle a debt ( like a Bailiff).



Any help or advice on what to do next would be really appreciated.



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Surprised you were missed. Sorry


IF a doorstep caller did turn up, you can tell them to 'do one' They have as much right as I do-None!


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If they try and turn up, ignore them or tell them in whatever way you like to get lost.

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Hi Lee,



Apologies for missing your call yesterday but feel free to call anytime as I always have my mobile on me......I have sent another email to you containing my mobile number.







Hi Westie2020,


Thanks for making me aware of this.


I've received your email and will get back to you as soon as possible.


Kind regards,




Web Relations


Vodafone UK

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