RIP – Not if You Died in Debt!

Rest in Peace – Not if you died in debt.Death & Debt

Here is a copy of a letter from Phillips & Cohen Associates offering their condolences and their offer of assistance during this difficult time.

“Dear Sirs,

our client, The Co-Operative Bank, has instructed Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK) Ltd to deal with the above account.

The Co-Operative Bank has previously received notification Mrs Debbie Debt has sadly passed away. On behalf of our client and ourselves, please accept our sincere condolences. We understand that this is a very difficult period for you, and our intention is to assist you at this time.

Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK) Ltd in a probate specialist and it is our

Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK) Ltd

responsibility to address the balance owed our client, The Co-Operative Bank.

At this time of the unfortunate passing of Mrs Debbie Debt, the amount of£1,234.56 is owing.

Please contact us to provide information regarding whether a Estate exists for Mrs Debbie Debt by calling FREEPHONE 0800 030 4101 at your earliest convenience. we are sure you that a specialised staff member will be available to help you resolve this matter during the operating hours listed below.

We thank you for your assistance. All future correspondence and course should be directed to Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK) Ltd.

Yours faithfully,

For and on the half of

Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK) Ltd.”



RIP – Not if You Died in Debt! — 3 Comments

  1. My brother died earlier this year and I amazed at how the parasites suddenly spur into action with missed payment fees / default notices / threats of personal visits etc.

    I have tried to contact the debt collectors who seem ‘disappointed’ that my brother has died and so their opportunity now passes to another level of parasite in the pecking order – Phillip Cohen & Associates

  2. He had a bank account and a post office account with a few hundred pounds in each. However, these funds were taken out of his account (after his death) by a so called ‘carer’. The police are apparently powerless as they say my brother must have allowed her to use the cards with the pin numbers.

    The only asset he left was his house.

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