Wescot Credit Services Ltd have been providing a range of receivables management services and products for over 40 years. They were originally set-up under the name Wescot, but in 1983 they were incorporated into a private limited company and the business that is known today began to exist. At present, they provide services for a broad range of clients, across a number of different sectors, including telecoms and media, utilities, retail finance services and banking and finance. Some of the large firms who employ their services include SKY, NPower, HSBC, Barclays and RBS.
Wescot’s prominent status can be seen in the fact they are acting as the main sponsor for this year’s CCR-Interactive and Credit Excellence Awards. This is a great opportunity for Wescot Credit Services Ltd to enhance their reputation and being associated with such a prestigious event in their industry will undoubtedly have a positive effect on their business. The organisers of the event have stated that Wescot’s influence will bring extra kudos to the day.
Customers who are dealt with by Wescot on behalf of their clients can expect to receive an excellent and more importantly fair service from the company. Wescot have to adhere to strict industry guidelines, which are in place to regulate their dealings with customers. A deal that Wescot struck with Experian two years ago means they are in a much better position to understand their customers’ situations and circumstances. This is because they have access to vast amounts of accurate and clear data from Experian to assist them with their work. This allows them to tailor their services to better suit the needs of the customer and a fairer approach is adopted to the collection of debts.
Wescot Credit Services Ltd are specialists at what they do and often exceed the expectations of their clients. One example of this can be seen in a project they carried out for Swift Advances. The goal was to locate more than 2,000 previous Swift customers who had already repaid their loans. The individuals involved were due to receive a small refund and therefore Swift wanted to track them down. Wescot, using their core range of ‘locate’ products and services, were able to successfully trace almost 80% of the past Swift customers. This far exceeded the expectations of Swift, who concluded the exercise as successful.