Stephen R Moore; has worked in law enforcement since 1992. During his career he has worked as a process server, certificated bailiff and High Court Enforcement Officer (prior to 2004 known as a Sheriffs Officer). As a Certificated Bailiff he has been responsible for enforcing Warrants of Arrest, National Non-Domestic Rates, Road Traffic Act, Council Tax, Magistrate Court Fines and recovering Commercial Rent. Plus on occasions worked on joint operations with the police.
As one of only a handful of High Court Enforcement Officer’s, Stephen frequently helps private individuals, landlords and business owners, from a diverse range of sectors and industries recover goods, property and monies across England and Wales. High Court Enforcement Officer’s are the Queens highest administers of justice in the civil court system. They are the Queen’s bogie men if you like; if they cannot collect it then it cannot be collected. In 2009 Stephen founded the Cash Flow Advice Bureau to be a hub where small business owners can find information and recourses that help them recover money and put systems in place to stop bad debts occurring in the first place.
Now as the Debt Collection Specialist, Stephen is a guest lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University and speaks to business groups sharing his experience and insider knowledge of the court system, with his audience as well as advise and consults clients his on how they can improve their credit management processes and use of the court system at a fraction of the cost and time normally used, to increase their Cash Flow and reduce the cost of expensive debt collection. With most of the fees charged to the debtor, his clients recover not only their losses but their costs as well.
Stephen is at his happiest when he finds a way for you to recover your losses at no cost to you so please do get in touch and find out how he can help you manage your debtors better.
…Within this deliberately leaderless movement’s camp there are leaders – people whose charisma gives them a sort of de facto status and who can marshal the some of the occupants to join in with such activities as a clean-up. One such person is, I would guess, Stephen.
Stephen is a big man – an ex Bailiff and High Court Enforcement Officer. He has presence. What he has in bulk is matched by both his intellect and his belief in his involvement in Occupy. He strikes me as a gentle giant, set on exposing what he believes to be unfair and unjust. Having experienced the legal system from within, he is now plotting and working on a number of initiatives that he isn’t prepared to talk about just yet, which will, he is sure, bear fruit. This is the guy about who the top judge in the country said had a good point of law in the Court of Appeal and also registered St Paul’s in the name of a street sleeper at HM Land Registry. Plenty more of the same in the pipeline.
“A lot of people say that Occupy is an anti-capitalist movement. I’m not anti-capitalist – I want to make money, but I want to make it honestly on a level playing field where there is no corruption, no bullying. We should all have a fair chance and the same set of rules.”