Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! debt recovery firm to create 50 jobs

A debt recovery company, which has featured on Channel 5 and Netflix show Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away!, is to create 50 jobs at its Cheshire headquarters.

DCBL has its main base in Runcorn but also operates from offices in London, Birmingham, Scotland and Wales.

The firm has launched its recruitment drive after having added more than 70 new starters over the last year.

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DCBL collects millions of pounds each year for some of the UK’s largest parking operators.

Managing director Darren Connor said: “Our successes over the past year signal an exciting new chapter for DCBL and have paved the way for several new opportunities – one of those being the expansion of our dedicated customer support teams.

“Across our nationwide network of offices, each member of staff understands the importance of delivering an unparalleled level of service to our clients and their customers, and I take pride in how hard they work to achieve the best possible outcome.

“Over the course of the coming year, we have an increased focus on how we can support our clients, customers and colleagues in the most effective way.

“Whether it is through our new website, our enhanced range of communication channels, advice on ethical collections or achieving the earliest stage resolution possible, we want the steps we take this year to illustrate DCBL’s refreshed approach to business.”

Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away was cancelled in 2018.

The news come after The Mirror reported that two bailiffs who found fame on the TV show are chasing their old bosses for £200,000.

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