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DUBAI International Debt Recovery in UK

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Good afternoon everyone.

                                             I was recently made unemployed overnight by my Company in the UAE due to the economic downturn.

I had to leave the country as I had a £50,000 debt which I was unable to pay, we also left most of our posessions.

 

I am presently unemployed and I'm renting a house in the UK as I do not own one.

I have received a a letter from a company called International Debt Recovery based in Cheltenham acting as debt recovery agents for the Bank in the UAE I owe money to. They have given me a week to reply to them.

I have no money to repay the debt, all of my savings and redundancy have been spent this past few months just to live.

 

I would appreciate any advice how to proceed during these stressful times.

 

Thank You

 

Bad Horsey

 

 

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Thread moved to the appropriate forum ...please continue to post here to your thread.

 

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Andy


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not a lot they can do to you.

a dca is not the original creditor.

 

read a few threads in this forum you've been moved too

you'll soon get the idea

 

dx

 


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A few options 

1. Ignore and see how they respond

 2. Contact the bank and negotiate direct a repayment plan

 

 

Also the people you got the letter from monitor this site so please be mindful when posting personal details is my advice 

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