Milton Keynes Rapid Recoveries

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Company Name - Milton Keynes Rapid Recoveries

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    Seebeck Place
    Milton Keynes
    MK5 8FR
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  • Nigel Hill 18/02/2013   22:42:48

    This telepest being in breach of Section 40 of the Administration of Justice Act 1970, the Protection from Harassment Act 1970, the Wireless Telegraphy Act (1949) called me 3 or 4 times a day. I told them to stop. They didn't They have now committed a criminal offence under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 and have been in de facto breach of the Telecommunication act 1984 (as amended) (cf: Section 43. 1 (b).

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  • Joe 20/11/2012   12:03:40

    Called me and was very abusive when I would not give them any personal details. Scumbag Debt collectors. I do have any debt with them or any of the companies associated with them so don't know why they are ringing me!!!!

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  • Claire 22/07/2011   16:11:04

    Receiving letters and phone calls from them but they will not tell me what the (alleged) debt is for. The stars are only there because there isn;t an option to give no stars, which I would.

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  • MR Dean 21/04/2011   11:40:13
    "A letter sent"

    could i please have your phone number so i can call you regading a letter you sent me

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