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Working to resolve debt issues
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Working to resolve debt issues
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Specialists in finding
appropriate resolutions
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Offering a range of easy
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FAQs

Corclaim Debt is a trading name for Shakespeare Martineau Solicitors.

We have been instructed to collect a debt that you owe to one of our clients. You should contact us on the number provided, quoting the reference in the letter to discuss the matter.

Your details were supplied to us by our client and we may have conducted search enquiries to confirm your address.

Contact us immediately to prevent further action or return the letter to us. If you know their new address or other contact information such as a phone number or email address, please let us have the details.

You should let us know your financial circumstances and make an offer of payment that you can afford. You can complete the attached income and expenditure form (link to income and expenditure form) we will discuss this with our clients and aim to agree a payment plan that is affordable. You should also consider seeking advice from your solicitor or one of the debt advice agencies mentioned in our letter that you have received.

Interest will be due on late payment of the debt. If the debt remains unpaid, or if we cannot agree a payment plan with you, court proceedings will be issued and further costs will be due.

We have been instructed to handle this matter by our client after they have exhausted all their efforts to resolve it with you. Please deal only with us from now on.

You can make an electronic payment (quoting the reference on our letter) to us at (add bank details), or you can make a card payment over the phone by calling the number on our letter, or you can send a cheque to the address on our letter (again quoting the reference).

If a Charging order was obtained by our client in respect of unpaid debt, or the debt is secured over your property, then yes – your home may be at risk of being repossessed if the arrears are not repaid along with all legal costs that our clients have incurred.

You should contact us immediately to discuss your proposals, quoting the reference in the letter you have received.

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