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Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Leading TV soap enlists a Debt Collection Agency’s expertise

Leading debt collection agency Federal Management has been given a significant role in the famous Manchester-based TV soap, Coronation Street.

The long-running TV soap asked the highly regarded debt collection agency for assistance with the scripts for a future storyline.

Millions of viewers are set to watch the respective episodes when they premiere in January 2023. They will contain a tense debt collection storyline involving several of the of the show’s most renowned characters.

Coronation Street’s script writing team consulted Federal Management to ensure the riveting storyline was as accurate as possible. The eye – opening scenes will be realistic and will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

Script writers and Federal Management have been quiet about which actors will be involved in the scenes airing next year.

Marc Curtis-Smith, Managing Director of Federal Management, said: “One of the main characters is going to face an unpaid CCJ debt problem, so we were approached by the producers to check scripts and scenes for authenticity.”

“This included making sure the writers had used accurate industry terminology and that the facts used were legally correct. Many of our staff are regular viewers of the show so we were honoured to be asked for advice on the scripts.”

Federal Management has also been earmarked as key advisers for future script writing work involving debt collection for ITV shows.

This is not the first time Federal Management has been asked to help TV show producers and scriptwriters.

They are experienced advisors and regularly help TV producers with scripts and narratives for TV shows and documentaries. The award-winning Debt Collection agency was established nearly 20 years and is highly regarded in the business world.

Many high-level and prestigious organisations, as well as small businesses, have used their professional debt collection services in the UK and overseas. Their sister Company, Frontline Collections, is a well-known name in the world of Personal and Private Debt Collection.

This is not the first time a debt collection narrative has taken centre stage in one of Coronation Street’s dramatic episodes. One of the most famous stars of the soap, Mikey North, previously played the role of an “illegal” debt collector.

It is understood that the episodes on which Federal Management has advised will feature CCJ enforcement of a character’s unpaid debts.



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