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Nationwide Commercial Debt Recovery & Collection Agency
P&J are a debt recovery agency established over 25 years ago and during that time we have built a client base of more than 25,000 satisfied customers. We offer what we believe is a seriously lacking in today’s market – a highly professional but very personal debt recovery service.
Our clients range from major financial institutions to individual professionals. As expert debt collectors, our vast experience in collecting both consumer and corporate debt ensures quick and efficient recovery of your money making us a leading debt recovery agency in the UK.
We are industry experts in the field of commercial and consumer debt collection with a team of experienced and specialist trained staff on hand to assist you. We offer a range of debt collection services tailored to your industry. We understand how important it is to act quickly in the event of non-payment whilst striving to protect your professional reputation. We are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for accounts formed under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (amended 2006). We are founder members of the industry body The Credit Services Association so you can rest assured that we work to the highest possible ethical standards. We set high standards throughout P&J and pride ourselves on offering efficient, effective and affordable debt collection services.
- No Recovery - No Fee!
- No 'Joining Fee'
- No Hidden Charges
- No 'tie-in' contract
- Members of the industry body The Credit Service Association
- Dedicated client trust account to safeguard your money
- Professional indemnity Insurance
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