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Pastdue Credit Solutions

5 North Avenue, Clydebank G81 2LA

Blair Court, 5 North Ave, Clydebank G81 2LA, United Kingdom
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    Pastdue Credit Solutions Reviews

    1.2 stars based on 333 reviews

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      i received an email regarding a debt for British GasI have today spent an hour on the telephone waiting on hold to discuss this with you. A gentleman named Joe 1967 spoke to me and asked for the postcode to which the bill relates? We are a company who rent around 50 properties, so I told him this and offered him the reference number so he could give me a postcode as this is the only way of me being able to locate the property. At which point he went to speak with his manager, he then told me that the property relates to “R”, again this doesn’t help, due to the number of the properties we hold.He then said there was nothing more he could do for me. I argued the fact that I am the Finance Administrator for the Company and its my job to ensure that all payments are made and that he was making my job impossible and all I want to do is ensure that payments are up to date.Why when the email was sent to my email address, and I have called to sort out the debt will he and the manager not assist in giving me a post code in order for me to settle the account? He then told me when/if I receive a letter to call you back, as if I have time to wait on hold for hours at a time!After waiting an hour on hold, this must be the most frustrating telephone call I have made and believe me, I have made a few in my time.

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      Trades S


      seems like a scam. was sent a letter demanding payment for gas and electricity (from EOn Next) for an address that i never lived in. not sure where they got my postal address. I called them thinking it's a genuine mistake, they took over 40 minutes to answer the phone and then demanded to know my phone number as the agent could not access my records as he was "not trained" under data protection and had to arrange a "call back". I refused to provide my phone number. Seems like a complete scam. glad i read the reviews. Will report to Police.

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      Jane Pinfield


      I received a letter from them claiming they were chasing an overdue VAT bill on behalf of HMRC for my business. I contacted HMRC directly and they confirmed there was nothing owing on my account. I can only assume they are fraudulent. Highly recommend contacting the claimed debtor directly before paying any money to this company.

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