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With exclusive access to some of the most experienced High Court enforcement bailiffs and repossession teams in the country, this series is an eye-opening insight into cash-strapped Britain from the perspectives of debtors, creditors and debt collectors. It reveals what it means to be a creditor who cannot get back what they are owed, what it is like to be saddled with debt that you are simply unable to repay and what it takes to be the kind of person who can pay but refuses to do so.Cameras capture the daily hassle of dealing with violent confrontations, tearful debtors, downright liars and genuine cases of hardship. Then there are the debtors, many of whom have some distressing tales to tell of how they got into the situation in the first place. No one wants their possessions confiscated, after all. The result is a unique insight into one of the biggest issues facing those who cannot afford to keep paying the bills.
Matt meets a single mum struggling to cope with mounting debts. A beauty salon owner threatens to lock Stewart in and place him under citizen's arrest
Matt and Garry incur the wrath of a man whose former girlfriend wants to recover the money he owes her, a mother is shocked when she is asked to cough up several thousand pounds to cover a loan she guaranteed for her son, and a taxi company tries to hide its debts by moving into a different line of business.
The agents face ugly scenes at a beauty salon, a film producer has a drama on his hands, and a mother and son try to hide from a debt owed to a garage.
A travel agent who owes money to a dissatisfied customer lashes out at agents Paul and Max. Matt and Garry chase up a pensioner who turns out to be dependent on benefits himself. A letting agency claims not to be in business at that address to avoid payment. A convenience store owner may be forced to empty the shelves to pay his debt.
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