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Have Phoenix bailiffs been in contact to inform you they will be attending your property due to an unpaid council tax debt? or have they already been round to visit you? 

Don’t worry we are here to help. your debt advisor has been set up to provide support and guidance for those who are struggling with outstanding debts, bailiffs and other financial worries. We aim to provide informative information alongside telephone & online chat support. To ensure you can make the right decisions when it comes to your finances. 

We can advise you on what debt solutions are available to you and how we can help set up repayment plans to stop Phoenixbailiffs taking action, ensuring you keep your possessions and set up an affordable repayment plan. 

Need help? CALL US NOW ON 0161 266 266

5 WAYS WE CAN HELP WITH Stop Phoenix BAILIFFS

  • We Will Contact The Enforcement Agent On Your Behalf.
  • We Will Aim To Stop Any Further Bailiff Enforcement Action.
  • We Will Contact The Local Council On Your Behalf.
  • We Will Provide You With You Available Debt Solutions And Look To Set Up An Affordable Repayment Plan.
  • Free Impartial Advice.

More than one in four callers (26%) to National Debtline now have council tax arrears, up from just 14% a decade ago. This is also one of the fastest growing forms of debt we are seeing – and rising council tax bills mean this trend is likely to continue.

 
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Stop Phoenix Bailiffs, With Our Free Bailiff Advice And Support.

Have Phoenix bailiffs been in contact to inform you they will be attending your property due to an unpaid council tax debt? or have they already been round to visit you? 

Don’t worry we are here to help. Your Debt Advisor has been set up to provide support and guidance for those who are struggling with outstanding debts, bailiffs and other financial worries. We aim to provide informative information alongside telephone & online chat support. To ensure you can make the right decisions when it comes to your finances. 

We can advise you on what debt solutions are available to you and how we can help set up repayment plans to stop Phoenix collections bailiffs taking action, ensuring you keep your possessions and set up an affordable repayment plan. 

Need help? CALL US NOW ON 0161 266 266

5 WAYS WE CAN HELP WITH Phoenix BAILIFFS

  • We Will Contact The Enforcement Agent On Your Behalf.
  • We Will Aim To Stop Any Further Bailiff Enforcement Action.
  • We Will Contact The Local Council On Your Behalf.
  • We Will Provide You With You Available Debt Solutions And Look To Set Up An Affordable Repayment Plan.
  • Free Impartial Advice.

More than one in four callers (26%) to National Debtline now have council tax arrears, up from just 14% a decade ago. This is also one of the fastest growing forms of debt we are seeing – and rising council tax bills mean this trend is likely to continue.

 
SOURCE - WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM

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Phoenix Bailiffs

If your reading this it is probably because your being chased for by Phoenix bailiffs for a council tax debt or another priority debt such as business rates or arrears. The reason we call these debt priority debts as these have to be paid every month or they can lead to your goods being repossessed. The problem we face our wages are not increasing but the cost of living is which can leave us in the minus once we have paid all bills so it becomes a ticking time bomb until the day we miss our repayments on priority debts. 

If we don`t pay our priority debts for example council tax, they have the right to pass the debt onto an enforcement agency who specialise in collecting money they way they do this normally can extremely stressful for those involved. Just receiving a letter from a bailiff informing you they will be making a visit to your home can cause extreme stress and anxiety. As with everything it is always best to address your problems at the earliest instance rather than burying your head in the sand. But regardless of what stage of the process you’re at, we are here to help give advice on this problem.

If the above applies to you and your being chased by Phoenix bailiffs at the moment, get in touch with the team here and we will help you stop further action. They are extremely experienced civil enforcement agency and they carry out a large range off recovery services and work to the code of practice but we have to remember they are on the client’s side as they are the one paying them. But not to worry we are on your side and we are here to guide you all the way.

Your Debt Advisor is experienced in dealing with bailiffs and our team are always on hand to help provide you with Phoenix bailiff’s enforcement advice. Our team will get an understanding of your circumstances, provide you with your options and if aim to act as a middleman to stop Phoenix.

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Who Are Phoenix Bailiffs?

Phoenix is an enforcement and debt collection company formed in 1999. The company specialises in ethical enforcement and collection of the local authority.  The company has a pool of motivated and professional staff who are experienced in collecting business rates, unpaid council tax, overpaid housing benefit, commercial rent, parking charges as well as other sundry debts.

What Are Phoenix Bailiffs Contact Details?

Phoenix Address: Paragon House Paragon Business, Chorley New Rd, Horwich, Bolton BL6 6HG

Phoenix Contact Number: 0333 323 0333,

Phoenix Email Address: central@phoenixcommercial.co.uk

Phoenix Website: phoenixcommercial.co.uk

Phoenix Opening Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm / Saturday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT Phoenix ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (FAQ`S)

When are bailiffs used?

Bailiffs or enforcement officers as they are also known as can be instructed to recover money from you by seizing goods if you fail to pay your creditors back. This is when the debt has gone to court. Bailiffs can also come to evict you from your home or enforce an arrest warrant

Bailiffs will receive a warrant which will inform them of how much is informed and what the debt was owed for.

They can seize goods for:

  • Council Tax arrears
  • Child support arrears
  • County or High Court debts
  • National insurance
  • VAT and tax debts

What Can Phoenix Bailiffs Charge Me?

Phoenix bailiff’s enforcement agents can charge you under the taking control of goods, fee regulation of 2014.

When it comes to bailiffs we can break it down into 3 stages in regards to the actions they take. compliance, enforcement and sale of goods, for each stage you will be charged a fee. You can only be charged once for each part of the process. So if a bailiff came to your house once or 10 times the fee would always be the same.

The fee`s quickly mount up with the first fee coming in the form of an enforcement letter to let you know they will be taking over the debt which is usually £75

For each stage the bailiffs can charge two fees, as detailed in the table below:

Stage 1 – Compliance – £75 fee for sending out enforcement letter
Stage 2 – Enforcement – £235 or 7.5% of debt over £1,500 charged for visiting a property
Stage 3 – Sale Of Goods – £110 or 7.5% of debt over £1,500 charged for selling your good.

If you have received an enforcement letter we recommend you call us 0161 266 266 to see how we can help!

What can Phoenix bailiffs do?

The Bailiffs have the legal right and power to come to your home and remove any possessions you have and sell these to raise funds to cover any money owed on a debt, bailiffs only usually get involved after a debt goes to court.

If a bailiff comes to your house you should no let them in, if you do they can take all of the below.

* Non-Essential Luxury items such as TV`s, games consoles.
*They can take things you co-own with a partner for example.
*They can take cash, antiques and jewellery
*Vehicles

They are not allowed to take any essential goods.

*Items such as clothes, cooker, fridge etc.
*Work tools which you rely on to make money if the total value is below £1,350
*Someone else’s belongings, they usually require you to prove that the item is not yours by requesting proof of purchase, you can imagine how hard this can be sometimes.

What Happens If I Pay The Creditor Direct, Would This Stop Phoenix 

Unfortunately, the answer to this is no, once the debt has been passed over the council they will just refer you back to the bailiff as the warrant has been passed to an enforcement agency and the bailiff has issued proceedings the debt becomes legal and any amount owed will now include the bailiff’s fees.

My Vehicle was clamped by a bailiff, can I legally remove it?

The simple answer to this question is NO, Under section 68.1 of Schedule 12 (TCEA 2007) you can risk being imprisoned for just short a year or face a fine, we would always recommend you if you know the bailiff was paying a visit to take your vehicle off the public road and onto private land owned by someone else. As they would require a court order to remove the vehicle

Has your vehicle been clamped call us 0161 266 266

Phoenix bailiffs have taken my possessions, what can I do?

If enforcement agents have removed your possessions, you will be able to get these back but it is important you act quick!

Option 1 – You need to settle any outstanding debts with the bailiffs, you need to act quick before they are sold.
Option 2 – You go an buy the good back yourself (can be costly)
Option 3 – Appeal due to the bailiff not following the correct procedure

Can I prevent bailiffs coming?

If you get a letter or notice that the bailiffs will be attending your property, you should contact the company you owe money to (creditor) straight away. Burying your head in the sand will not help as the longer you leave it the more charges you can incur. Call the creditor and make them aware of your circumstances followed by a call to the bailiff. You need to co-operate and try to come to a repayment plan which works for both parties as there is no point agreeing to a payment you simply can’t afford as this will mean you will miss a payment and be back at square one. 

If contacting the company you owe money to or the bailiff seems to daunting don’t worry we can assist you by providing free impartial advice and can even look to negotiate a repayment plan on your behalf or look at the best debt solutions available to you, simply call us on 0161 266 266 and speak to one our trained advisors today.

Do I have to let a bailiff in?

The simple answer is NO, but in some circumstances,  if you don’t let them in they can come in via forced entry, this does not mean they can use force on you, so they can’t push you out of the way or smash your windows. it has to be controlled so for an example they can break a door lock or break a garden lock. They can only enter through a normal entrance so can’t access the property via a roof or window. They can also access your property at certain times and cant access between 9pm & 6am. Also they cant enter if there is a vulnerable person or child under 16 in the property.

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