You've received a letter from Dukes Bailiffs Limited

Who are we?

Established in 1993, Dukes Bailiffs Limited is an enforcement and debt collection agency.

We recover a variety of debts for Local Authorities and Private clients across England and Wales including but not limited to;

1. Council Tax Arrears

2. National Non-Domestic Arrears

3. Unpaid Penalty Charge Notices

4. Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery

5. Unpaid Invoices

6. Housing Benefit Overpayments

7. Former Tenant Arrears

You've received a letter from us at Dukes because you have an outstanding debt with our client(s).

 

As per the letter/ SMS /email that you have received, you must arrange payment of your debt(s). If you fail to make payment or contact us within the timescale provided on your correspondence, you will receive a visit from an Agent who will be seeking to recover the amount in full.

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We're here to help 

This site provides you with all the information that you will need to understand the debt recovery process including how to make payment, a break down of enforcement fees and enforcement agent rights, and money saving tips to help you get out, and stay out of debt. 

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Manage your account

Login to our online application to find out details about your debt, make a payment, request a payment arrangement and more.

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Make a secure online payment

Make a quick payment in full or pay via instalment via our secure online portal. 

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Have you received a letter by mistake?

Sometimes letters can land at the wrong address. Confirm that you are the legal occupier by quickly submitting a copy of your evidence. If you have received a letter at your property addressed for the previous occupier, or someone unbeknown to you, it's important that you let us know as soon as possible. 

Please provide any supporting information / evidence to confirm that you are the legal occupier of the property. 

Support evidence / information must include at least one of the following:

  • A Tenancy Agreement

  • A Council Tax Bill

  • A Utility Bill (gas, electricity, water, internet, telephone (mobile not acceptable)