Have Greenhalgh Kerr been chasing you for debts? Greenhalgh Kerr are debt collectors who are authorised by their client to collect money on their behalf.
If Greenhalgh Kerr have been in touch, contact us immediately for independent, free and confidential advice. We will look at all of your options and try to stop the debt collectors from taking any further action. Act quickly to avoid repossession and possible entry to your property.
Greenhalgh Kerr have a company number of OC425517.
Their mailing address is:
Olympic House. Beecham Court, Smithy Brook Rd Wigan WN3 6PR
Important: Don’t let Greenhalgh Kerr into your property, no matter what they tell you about their rights. Contact us immediately and we will try to stop them before the matter escalates.
Your rights against debt collectors:
- Bailiffs are not allowed to push past you.
- They can not enter your property between certain times.
- They can only enter through a door, no windows.
A debt collector can make a visit to your property when you do not pay your debts on time. Their usual collections are for council tax arrears, court fines, county court judgements, criminal fines, credit cards, loans, payday loans and many more.
Greenhalgh Kerr Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get rid of my debts with Greenhalgh Kerr?
If may be possible to write off a portion of your debts through a formal arrangement called a Scottish Trust Deed. This depends on how the people you owe money to handle the proposal you submit. You should seek independent financial advice to see the best way for you.
Can Greenhalgh Kerr come into my property?
In certain situations, it is possible that your lenders get a court order to allow them access to your property. This is usually for criminal offences such as: parking fines, council tax arrears, benefit fraud and unpaid parking fines.
What is a Scottish Trust Deed?
A Scottish Trust Deed is a formal way to consolidate all of your unsecured debts in to one affordable monthly payment, starting from £80 per month.