Banks force debt collectives

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  • The article faled to mention that RFC were operating under the Quality Solicitors franchise.
    I've often pondered as to why the name doesn't say `Good' Quality, or `High' Quality. The word `quality' is in itself entirely neutral, so the obvious implication is that the branded firms could just as easily be poor quality or low quality.
    Perhaps all will become clearer once we find out how the unsecured creditors stand.

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  • @Anonymous - That paragraph was left out due to lack of space. For the record, RFC only ever traded as Quality Solicitors in its satellite offices in Swinton and Northenden, which contained around 5 and a dozen staff, respectively. The Northenden office has since been sold to the partners that run it while those in the Swinton office will move to central Manchester.

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