Mackenzie Hall

Mackenzie Hall 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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Company Name - Mackenzie Hall

  • Correspondence Address
  • Unit 1A
    58 Portland Street
    KA1 1JG
  • Reg Company Number
  • SC255891
  • Parent Company
  • N/A
  • Registered Address
  • 58 Portland Street
    KA1 1JG
  • Consumer Credit Licence
  • 544407
  • Website
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  • raymond habib 02/08/2013   01:02:25

    just a bloody nuisance company

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  • James mcleod 17/03/2013   10:19:55

    Clowns spent a month trying to get me on the phone with messages "you need to contact us ASAP". Turns out they had the wrong person. No apology , would not even tell me what they do due to "data protection" ( please check our web page was the answer they kept giving me) But then asked me questions that if i answered meant i would have broken data protection. A total shambles of a company

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  • Peter Sharp 03/11/2011   10:08:12
    "Ignore Them"

    What this company fails to understand is they can't come round your home or enter your property without a court order. Your best be is to ignore the idiots and never reply to anything they send you. If they contact your employer you should take legal action against them. They are not a court and no order has been issued against you let the debt go to court. The only reason companies use Mackenzie Hall is because they don't want to take you to court because they will not get all the money back including fake charges. They chased me for £3.000 and never got a peny and they never will. My advice is never reply to any letters, email or phone calls from them and if the hassle you take them to court.

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  • Harry Pearce 10/01/2011   15:49:43
    "Charlie Hunts"

    A bunch of half-wit chancers who do not understand commercial law let alone the statute of limitations. Watch the skies for news of their insolvency. I'd call them bullies but they are too pathetic.

    Lou 06/05/2011   12:05:53

    I couldn't agree with you more they are the worst of the worst, they just don't want to listen at all, and feel it's ok to bully people

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  • Richard G 02/11/2010   21:17:45
    "Quite a decent lot!"

    Called today. In depth conversatuion to discuss arrangement. Asked a lot of questions, but politely. Interest frozen. No big deal. Richard G

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  • Lauren 29/10/2010   09:33:24
    "Breaking 'the rules'!!"

    Even though McKenzie Hall have agreed a repayment plan with Debt Line, they are still texting my mobile phone and my WORK landline at least 3 times a week....I'm sure once they have agreed repayment with debt line that they shouldn't be contacting me any longer!!! Intimidating Bullys!!

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  • MR.H 29/07/2010   02:33:53

    i tell them them i am not dealing with them directly they still ask me for money why cant they understand not helpfull one bit very disapointing.

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  • Marcus Fowler 28/07/2010   13:53:21
    "Bully boys."

    Another company that tries to intimidate people. Even though I am with Debt Line they still phone my house and send threatening letters on a regular basis. Not nice people.

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Mackenzie Hall Directors' Details

  • Director
    Mr Paul Mackenzie
  • Direct postal address
    58 Portland Street
    KA1 1JG
  • Accountant
    Mr Peter Francis Fee
  • Direct postal address
    58 Portland Street
    KA1 1JG

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Mckensie Hall and  Mckenzie Hall

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