Newlyn is a debt recovery company.

They buy debt that is in arrears from finance companies, telecommunications suppliers and other companies that you may have fallen behind on your repayments to. Despite them buying the debt for much less than you owe, they will usually chase you for the full amount of the debt.

Many debt recovery companies have been accused of trying to force customers to pay more than they can afford each month. This breaks rules set out by the Office of Fair Trading.

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Here’s some information we’ve collected about this creditor. Please note this information may not be up to date and was accurate at the last time we updated it (September 2011).

Company Name - Newlyn Debt Recovery

  • Correspondence Address
  • Po Box 933
    NN1 9DX
  • Reg Company Number
  • 03770985
  • Parent Company
  • N/A
  • Registered Address
  • Batchworth House
    Batchworth Place Church Street
    WD3 1JE
  • Consumer Credit Licence
  • 0585311
  • Website
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  • a annon 08/08/2012   01:32:39
    "utter rubbbish"

    i worked for newlyn briefly for 4 mnths,and they DO NOT BUY DEBT, they work on behalf of the councils collection unpaid parking fines, and unpaid council tax, thats it........

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  • MS 10/06/2012   21:42:15
    "aggressive and intimidating approach"

    It's a long story covering over a year.

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  • M.adolphe 19/08/2011   13:35:58

    I am writing regarding the unethical tactics of your staff. I telephoned on behalf SOMEONE TO HELP THEM OUT l am extremely concerned regarding the enforcement approach and the personal data information I was asked and was informed if I did not give that information the payment would NOT be authorised! Under the Data Protection Act and Freedom of information I am requesting that Newlyn response in writing why I was required to divulge personal/sensitive information which would lead to some one using my personal information for fraudulent purposes. I was asked the following: 1) Full Address 2) Date of Birth 3) Telephone Number Thank God I am thankful I have never been in debt, this sort of harsh 'Rachman' type approach can drive someone over the edge! I am NOT in debt and it certainly stressed me out! NEWLYN should review how they treat their customers as I am sure it was included when you tendered for the debt collection service! I will be taking this further, just as NEWLYN pursues their debtors.

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