Can I can pay directly?
I cannot pay in full right now!
Our goal is to help you clear your debts. We always take your financial circumstances into consideration and so can help set up an affordable payment plan that allows you to repay your debts so you can get on with your life.
To set this up please have contact with us, either via Chat, Email or Phone. Together we will find a solution!
Frequently asked questions
Then please contact us directly, via phone, Email or preferably chat where one of our agents or our virtual assistant Kevin can help you
Our goal is to help support you in clearing your debts. We take your financial circumstances into consideration and so are able to set up an affordable payment plan that works for you. If you can't afford to pay anything, then please contact us directly so we can provide you the advice you need!
If you think that you have already paid then the best option is to contact us directly.
You can do this either by calling us or dropping us an email. However our preference is to chat directly with one of our agents or Kevin our virtual assistant.
They will ask a series of questions but please ensure you have your Debtco number to hand so we can quickly access your file.
There could be a number of reasons for this, such as, interests and collection costs that have been added to the original amount you owed. To get a clear understanding on your debt, please contact us directly so we can walk you through the components.
Please ensure you have your Debtco number to hand so we can quickly access your file.
We are an innovative digital collections company that specializes in providing a service to our clients in resolving debt collection claims via our own digital platform. We work for our clients and do not buy debt like traditional agencies.
Our goal is to work with you to help you clear your debts. At all times we take your financial circumstances into account and help to ensure a consistent communication between you and our client at all times.
Under the terms of your original agreement with the lender of credit, your personal data may be passed to a third party in the events that repayments are not made as original agreed.