No money… no excuses! The new series of Can’t Pay We’ll Take it Away is kicking off soon, featuring everyones favorite High Court Enforcement Agents Paul Bohill and Steve Pinner from here at High Court Solutions.

After the roaring success of the first series, Paul Bohill and Steve Pinner are back, and you can catch the first episode on Wednesday 17th September at 9pm on Channel 5.

If you missed the first series, the programme follows people on the sharp end of bad debt, and those whose job it is to get money back from debtors. The series is an eye-opening account of the collection process for both the creditors and debtors, and the typical difficult situations Paul and Steve are faced with on a daily basis. The show reveals what it means to be a creditor who has tried and failed to get back money rightfully owed, what it’s like for individuals who are unfortunately saddled with the debt, and the type of people who can even afford to pay – but refuse to do so. Paul and Steve have to deal with violence, tears and lies in their job… no two days are the same.

If you would like to catch up with the old series you can watch it here.

If you are owed money and would like to see if Paul Bohill and Steve Pinner could help you. Contact us here at High Court Solutions.

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  • jackie

    if everyone was as nice caring and lovable as steve pinner is there would be millions of happy women out there, its nearly worth an eviction just to meet this guy

  • Jason

    I agree with Jackie, I’ve experienced going on the job with enforcement officers, and believe you me there is no one like Mr Pinner, such a gentlemen.

  • Teresa Stokes

    Paul Bohill is one of my favourite people on TV, always so calm and cool, never raising his voice and never losing his temper with some of the most difficult people imaginable. Watching the programme is my favourite guilty pleasure!

  • Keleigh

    Paul Bohill just shows that people can have a heart, always understanding and compassionate with the people he deals with and does whatever he can to help
    Polite and kind man
    Couldn’t praise him enough

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