How you can get in touch with us and the ways we can help
How much does it cost to contact Lowell?
If you call us from a landline you’ll be charged at your local rate. If you call from a mobile, the charges will vary depending on your network provider. Remember, you can also manage your account online for free.
What times are you open?
Why are you contacting me?
What will happen if I contact you?
We’ll ask you a couple of questions to confirm your identity. Then we’ll have a chat about your circumstances and help you find a solution that works for you. We’ll always take the time to understand your situation and we’ll never ask you to pay more than you can afford.
What happens if I ignore you?
We’ll keep trying to get in touch with you by letter, email and phone. If we don’t receive a response after a certain amount of time, we may pass your account to Lowell Solicitors. Just as we did, Lowell Solicitors will try to contact you. If you also don’t get in touch with them, Lowell Solicitors may take legal action on your account. This could result in a County Court Judgement (CCJ) which may lead to enforcement action such as bailiffs (enforcement agents).
Why is another company contacting me about Lowell?
We work with a number of trusted debt collection agencies. If we don’t receive a response from you for a certain amount of time, we might pass your account to one of these companies. They’ll get in touch and work with you to set an affordable payment plan on our behalf. For details of the company managing your account, register or log in to our website.
Can I talk to you about my mental health?
We welcome any information you’re happy to share that helps us understand your circumstances. Our team are trained to listen and take the time to understand your situation. They’ll be patient and empathetic while helping you find a solution that’s right for you.
What do I do if I think a call from Lowell is a scam?
I’ve received a letter/email that doesn’t look like it’s from you
We’re currently refreshing the look of all our letters and emails. This process is happening over a few months, so not everything will change at once. If you’re concerned, give us a call on 0333 556 5550