Do you owe money to Rossendales Ltd?

If you have debts of over £5000, you may be able to write off your debt with an IVA

Who are Rossendales bailiffs?

Otherwise known as Marston Holdings, they began enforcing court orders in the 1980s. Today, they have grown and expanded into a company that provides end-to-end services to support the implementation of public policy across the UK.

They recover over £850m on behalf of the government as well as private and commercial clients.

Important: Do not let Rossendales bailiffs into your home, no matter what they tell you. Contact us immediately and we will try to deal with them on your behalf.

So, let’s find out more about Rossendales bailiffs and how they work…

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  1. Do you owe money to Rossendales Ltd?

Will Rossendales bailiffs come to my house to collect debts?

Rossendales bailiffs have been accused of sending “field agents” to people’s homes and wreaking havoc on their lives.

The company is well-known for being unfair, as they will send these field agents out with no warning in the middle of the night just so that you can be harassed by a stranger who won’t leave until your home looks like it was robbed again.

Rossendales’ practices have even given some debtors an extreme case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which affects them and those around them!

When you’re struggling to pay your bills, it can be hard enough to try to make ends meet.

If you owe money on a credit card or mortgage and seek help in getting back into a debt-free life, we can help.

We know who you’re dealing with, whether they are Rossendales bailiffs or any other creditor. We’ll stop them in their tracks and help get your debt or council tax arrears paid off so we can put this behind us once again!

How will Rossendales chase me if I don’t pay?

Different types of creditors use computer systems to keep track of debtors. Rossendales is a company with a customer relationship management system that knows exactly where their debts stand and how best to collect them.

Nowadays, it seems as though debt collectors and bailiffs are everywhere. Aggressive tactics from these groups often include methods that make them the most profit- even if this means going after those who can’t afford to repay their debts or council tax.

Although the Government have come some way to reduce their powers, the main tactic continues: intimidation.

The first point of contact which Rossendales may use will be an introductory phone call and letter. This is to set out their pre-action protocol.

The first point of contact Rossendales will make is a phone call and letter.

They’ll set up your pre-action protocol by doing so if you give them the go-ahead to do so.

The company’s introduction is both impersonal and professional: they want to get in touch with you as soon as possible before proceeding further down any legal path–and that means an introductory call or email instead of sending over some paperwork asking for documents about your case history.

The letter will usually mention what steps will happen if you do not pay the debt in full.
These steps are usually:
  • A home visit
  • A county court judgement (CCJ), issued by Rossendales bailiffs if you fail to repay the debt within this tight deadline
  • A threat of bankruptcy (usually if the debt or council tax bill is over £750)

Letters like this are very standard with every credit provider and not just Rossendales. It is important not to take these letters personally. There is help at hand, but you should act quickly.

If Rossendales bailiffs have contacted you, contact us immediately and we will try to deal with them on your behalf.
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What rights do I have against Rossendales Ltd?

As a citizen of the United Kingdom, you are given certain rights to protect your and your family’s well-being.

Harassment by Rossendales bailiffs

Rossendales can not harass you. They contact you as many times as they want as long as this is ‘reasonable’.

Rossendales are legally obligated not to harass people, but they can still get away with it.

Rossendales have no set criteria for what constitutes harassment, and if you want any legal recourse from them, then there’s a good chance that nothing will happen because of this loophole in the law.

You still have to pay Rossendale bailiffs

You cannot use their harassment as a defence to avoid repaying your debt. You can ask that Rossendales only contact you in writing, but if they do this, make sure you are responsive by responding promptly and thoroughly.

Rossendales contact people by email and text message as well as in person. They can send a letter through snail mail, but this is rare because they don’t want to waste their time and money.

Confidentiality

Rossendales is not allowed to speak about your debt problems with anyone outside of the company. That’s because they need a court order first before divulging information, and it would be unethical for them to violate this rule without consent from clients or justifications such as danger-to-life situations.

Deception

Rossendales cannot pretend to be more powerful than they are. In the past, creditors have used documents that look like official court documents, and this has caused trouble for many people who were fooled by these misleading papers. A law was passed to prevent this from happening again because it is too easy for such a thing to occur without detection due only to poor judgment on behalf of the unsuspecting person being targeted.

Abusive behaviour

Rossendales cannot be threatening, abusive or tell lies to collect debts. This is a strict ethical code that protects the customer and the company from any bad behaviour.

Ethical policy

Rossendales has developed an ethics policy with guidelines for employees on how they should act while collecting a debt and rules against risky business practices such as threats of violence and lying about their identity to gain money owed by customers via scams like phishing schemes.

FCA Regulated

Rossendales are a Private Limited Company with a company number of 01501584. The FCA licenses them to collect debts in the UK.

Can debt collectors send bailiffs?

In the UK, debt consultants can’t send bailiffs.

Bailiff law is a special type of civil law under the jurisdiction of common law, which extends to a range of areas such as taxes and offences against public justice.

A bailiff is formally known as an officer who gathers criminals for prosecution while they are otherwise called pursuivants. Originally from France via Latin and Middle English-bailiff meaning “custodian” or keeper), it has undergone substantial changes in its implications over time.

Debt collectors cannot legally direct you to get anyone at all to bring them money or pays off their debts in any way; this includes sending people with your belongings when you do not have anything valuable enough to cover what you owe.

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Who do Rossendales bailiffs collect for?

Environmental objectives, clean air etc

They collect for companies that operate within environmental objectives, clean air etc. You might have been caught by traffic technology, our CCTV cameras, or other systems; robotic process automation. This is what they describe as industry award winning AI that utilises a “multiple systems robotic process.”

Do Rossendales operate Electric vehicle charging solutions?

They provide an end-to-end service for slow, fast and rapid charging solutions from developing feasibility strategies to site selection, installation and maintenance.

What this means is that their company objectives clean air zones and enforcement.

They also provide first class air quality monitoring sensors as well as CCTV enforcement air quality monitors.

Air and low emission zones and world class air quality

Air and low emission zones are a growing market for debt recovery services, whilst consumers are being caught left, right and centre.

Robotic process automation powered:

Their “Robotic process automation powered with machine learning increases efficiency and productivity for clients.”

Clean air and low emission zones Systems integration are what allows them to catch unsuspecting motorists out.

What is their ‘Rapidly Achieved Debt Recovery’ offering?

They have what is described as: “an ethical approach to delivering court order enforcement and corporate debt recovery services whilst treating people fairly. Their award-winning vulnerability strategy includes a Samaritan-trained Welfare Support Team and training.”

They also mention that there are “Intelligent analytics Social value at our core”.

Is Rossendales bailiffs part of Marstons?

Yes, more information can be found by searching for ‘debt recovery Marston holdings’.

Rossendales operate enforcement schemes for low-emission zones simultaneously and EV charging stations. They provide research, data analysis and business cases to help other companies secure funding for property development and services such as CCTV enforcement.

Contact our debt advice service about Marston Holdings

Their correspondence address is: Rutland House, 148 Edmund Street, Birmingham, B3 2JR

What is Rapidly Achieved Debt Recovery Marston?

Marston Holdings (Rossendales) is quickly becoming the centre of innovation in technology-driven solutions.

They are proud to be recognized as a leader and innovator within their industry for developing award-winning AI mobile apps, which give them an edge over other providers whose products lag behind Marston’s cutting-edge technologies.

Marston Holdings has made significant investments in advanced software that delivers efficient client-focused services with unparalleled efficiency throughout all industries based on needs identified by data analytics (AI).

Furthermore, they have introduced many industry award-winning artificial intelligence-driven mobile applications that go far beyond what any competitor can offer due to our commitment towards ongoing research into new advances and innovative ideas such as blockchain integration protocols or deep learning algorithms allowing for us to continue being at the forefront of emerging trends.

If you are worried about Rossendales, you should contact us immediately by calling the number on top of this page, or by clicking “Get Started for Free”.

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