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Shergroup has come up with a new season of Shergroup on the Sofa. This series is a compilation of Facebook Live videos, conducted by our Chief Shergroupie Claire Sandbrook. You will watch new guests every week on the sofa from different industries talking to Claire about how they started their business, their expertise, their ventures and how they are solving the problem of their community. Claire leads the conversation around how all these professionals can help people in business with an optimistic and feet-on-the-ground approach. With Call The Bailiffs back on TV we decided to do some interview specials with our TV enforcement agents.

Claire wanted to share with you their thoughts on the TV show, what it’s like to be an enforcement agent, and how they see their role in the court process. Our kick-off interview is with Sherry who talks about her journey and why she enjoys her role and the work of enforcing High Court Writs. Tune in to get an insight into how women in enforcement make an important contribution to Shergroup’s High Court enforcement service. Sherry is a great role model and we’re delighted she wanted to come on our sofa and share her work life with our audience!

You will watch Claire say that Sherry has been a superstar for her and many other women who look up to her and want to enter enforcement. On being asked what made her join enforcement, Sherry said she always liked to go out and work in the field, she was a magistrate for 10 years, so she was used to the kind of work and challenges. When she saw an advert for an enforcement agent, she jumped on to the idea of meeting new people every day and solving their problems. As an enforcement agent, Sherry uses her social skills to interact with different kinds of people every day and it helps her in adapting to a new situation every time.

While on the other hand, she says facing volatile debtors, being called names and repeated visits to recover money from stubborn debtors is sometimes annoying but it’s a part of the job. You will watch Sherry say that she enjoyed being part of Call The Bailiffs but she particularly enjoyed working on Season 2. She got along with David very well and knew what to expect this time around working for the TV show. Also, she was happy that through the TV show people realized that female enforcement agents can do the job just as well and more than physical strength it takes mental grit and patience to get the debtor to pay. If anyone watching this video is inspired by agent Sherry and wants to be a part of the enforcement industry, just do it. You don’t have to be worried, every day is different and not everyone these agents meet is bad or would attack you, so believe in yourself and do it.

Also, you can earn a decent amount of money in this field. To find out how Shergroup can be a friend to your business join our community and explore our solutions hub and all our regular social media channels in all these places Catch Call The Bailiffs Season 2 Every Wednesday at 9 only on 5STAR.

Thank you everyone for staying with us for this episode of Shergroup on Sofa. Please Visit our Official Website WWW.SHERGROUP.COM, for more updates on our solutions. If you have any questions or requests, contact our friendly team at [email protected]. Catch us live every Thursday at 4.00 pm and be a part of the conversation – we would love to see you!

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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