You chose “The people or company I owe money to keep on contacting me.”
- against the law and is a criminal offence
- unfair business practice
You can take action to stop harassment by creditors.
Get advice about what harassment is from;
1. If you are being harassed, collect evidence.
Remember to record how the harassment made you feel.
2. Complain in writing to the people or company that is harassing you
Get a sample letter to creditors about harassment from National Debtline
If you are vulnerable for example if you are disabled, live with a long term illness, are pregnant or have children include this in the letter.
3. Complain to the Financial Conduct Authority.
This is the organisation that sets the standards your creditors have to work to.
If you are vulnerable for example if you are disabled, live with a long term illness, are pregnant or have children you should include this in the letter.
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