Moorcroft Debt Recovery Ltd

Moorcroft Debt Recovery Ltd. is a debt collection/debt recovery company. They work on behalf of or buy debts from companies such as Virgin Media and then approach customers asking them to repay their debt.

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Company Name - Moorcroft Debt Recovery Ltd

  • Correspondence Address
  • Po Box 17
    2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AJ
  • Reg Company Number
  • 01703704
  • Parent Company
  • N/A
  • Registered Address
  • 2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AA
  • Consumer Credit Licence
  • 0141050
  • Website
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  • dorothy duncan 06/12/2013   13:09:51
    "very rude ppl"

    dear sir /madam I have yet been contacted by Moorcroft for a debt I don't owe I changed my telephone suppliers from virgin media to sky and virgin don't like this that's bloody tough they trying to say I didn't give them months notice wrong I did and they trying to get money out of me I have spoken to virgin media and been told twice it was a fault their end and I don't owe them any thing I hope Moorcroft read this cos it it continues I will be taking them to court for harrresment

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  • Jonathan Smith 28/11/2013   17:05:51
    "Already paid"

    I dealt with Moorcroft for a debt 2 years ago which I paid off without any hassle but now 2 years on I am being chased for the debt again that I paid with them - I believe that I had a payment confirmation letter but seemed to have misplaced but now I'm trying to get another confirmation from Moorcroft to send the the current 'chasers' they are being very difficult. Does anyone have any advice to give me? They've asked for a reference so I checked my back but the reference that was on the direct debits was their telephone number! Please help

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  • maurice 08/10/2013   20:45:19
    "they are time wasting and liars"

    they drive you mad and send you threats with court etc and promise you reconnection and than they dont bother reconnecting you liars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • jane 24/05/2013   13:32:12
    "appalling treatment"

    these people are bullies and rude they want you to borrow money from family or friends to pay debt how do they think thats possible

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  • Honest Man 27/02/2013   19:11:04
    "Fraudlent Criminal Scum"

    Moorcroft, like any other debt collection agency is essentially engaging in organized crime. They send you letters and threats over alleged debts that you can not possibly owe them because in all likely hood you have never contracted with them. They use fraud and deception to trick people into thinking they owe the company monies because they have bought the debt of another creditor (for pennies on the pound). In reality they have settled the original debt and are now making an offer (through threat and coercion) for you to pay them! If you ever receive demands for money from these scammers, demand proof of alleged debt, proof of accounting, services rendered, and any bi-lateral contracts between you, them and the original creditor. They can not not, because they are indeed a third party interloper committing a criminal act. When they can not validate their claims, you may wish to thank them for settling your alleged debt and remind them any further contact is an offense under the protection from Harassment Act 1971, and selling on your details is also an offense under the Data Protection. Act.

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  • Jenny 28/01/2013   15:30:56
    "Scared to call them"

    Not very helpful I have never been in debt before due to recession loss of income and breakdown in relationship, ex partner left me with children to care for and bills to pay, when speaking to these people their is no empathy or compassion they just want to settle the debt, and pay by card and I am already in debt -- God let the day come when debt will be cleared with these evil people.

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  • Abraham 30/10/2012   12:41:25
    "Moorcroft Collections"

    Some write-ups don't actually 'gel' with my experience as a collector many years ago. I got a never ending list from Moorcroft to try and collect in my area - I got 20% of all collections. Many entered into arrangements for weekly payments, many did not & lots had moved. Perhaps they major on 'collecting by phone' now? I was never aggressive - it didn't work!

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  • Alex Smith 18/10/2012   18:32:37
    "Blessings "

    you are most repudiated company ............

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  • Bev 17/10/2012   20:36:39
    "Rude, Unhelpful and very arrogant"

    They called up at 8:30pm demanding a balance be paid in full when an arrangement was already made. Very rude not nice and when an offer was made he said they cannot except that and tried to put the amount up and said the Debt MUST be paid within a certain time which kept changing...

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  • MR MOYD 15/10/2012   09:17:18


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Moorcroft Debt Recovery Ltd Directors' Details

  • Director
    Mr Rodney Neil McRoberts
  • Direct postal address
    Moorcroft House
    No 2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AA
  • Director
    Neil George McRoberts
  • Direct postal address
    Moorcroft House
    No 2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AA
  • Director
    Mr Andrew James McRoberts
  • Direct postal address
    Moorcroft House
    No 2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AA
  • Director
    Miss Amanda Martin McRoberts
  • Direct postal address
    Moorcroft House
    No 2 Spring Gardens
    SK1 4AA

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MDRL,, Moorcroft, Moorcroft Group PLC and  Moorecroft Debt Recovery

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