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    I had an old overdraft debt with a certain bank that was passed to a debt collection agency that I made payments each month too and on time. The bank has now decided to switch the debt collect to Moorcroft debt recovery and I have spoken to them today with a follow up letter stating will continue what was agreed with the previous debt collector.

    I am not a well person and don't need to fight over it all as my health is my concern.

    I hate dealing with debt issues and just been reading about them. If a repayment plan is in place do they still bully for more? Is this debt company really as bad as I have read or do you think they be just like the previous one to work with you.

    I am not avoiding the debt paying what I can afford. Could anyone give some advice on them? I just don't need hassle as my condition is not great
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  • #2
    Moorcroft are only commission agents. Pester you for a while then pass back to bank


    • #3
      I have been again sick with worry... my illness effects my brain and movements all I have had all day is thinking about this


      • #4
        Much like Lowell and Robinson way?


        • #5
          Lowell are actual debt purchasers


          • #6
            It was with Robinson way but still bank is creditor passed to Moorcroft now... I been paying what I can each month don't understand with the switch?


            • #7
              Happens sometimes just do what you do now if paying seany move from by them. They moorcroft only hopeful commissions


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