Allied International Credit (AIC)

Allied International Credit (AIC) 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 - Allied International Credit (AIC)

  • Correspondence Address
  • Anderston House
    389 Argyle Street
    G2 8LR
  • Reg Company Number
  • 00984439
  • Parent Company
  • Allied Global Holdings Inc
  • Registered Address
  • The Clock Tower
    Office No 5 Chineham
    RG24 8BQ
  • FSA Licence
  • N/A
  • Website
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  • Arthur Stephen 03/12/2010   13:34:46

    I received few letters from this company but I didnt want to resolve this problem . Now DEBT LINE helping me .

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  • Carol Manning 02/12/2010   18:15:41
    "Not too bad"

    They have never hassled me after I pass my debt over to Debt Line, I get a statement from them once a year.

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Allied International Credit (AIC) Directors' Details

  • UK Managing Director
    Kenneth Johnston
  • Direct postal address
    The Clock Tower
    Office No 5 Chineham
    RG24 8BQ

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Aliases and Search Terms For Allied International Credit (AIC)

AIC, Allied International and  AIC Debt Collection

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