Doing the Right Thing…
Debt is a particular and growing concern for many and has no social boundaries. It can affect anyone and everyone. We believe what separates the very best from the merely good is the quality of the people who advise on and deliver our debt solutions. Our outcomes aim to exceed both our clients’ and their creditors’ expectations.
But that’s only half the story…
We have always grabbed compliance with “both hands”. Regulation by The FCA means that for individuals we can advise on and deliver both formal and informal solutions. As we are a commercial debt solutions provider, we will charge fees for the services we deliver.
After all, it’s all part of our point of difference!
Our team has been developed over the 16 years of being in business. They are highly skilled and regularly win awards.
Our case studies and testimonials featured on the website, demonstrate a track record of achieving great outcomes for our clients.
I am very proud to have collected such a team and able to make the commitment
‘The Debt Advisor – doing the right thing.’
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A formal agreement which allows you to repay as much of your debt as you can afford, with the balance being written off if your plan is completed successfully.
An informal arrangement between you and your creditors which allows you to repay your debts, at a rate that you can afford without relying on further borrowing.
Bankruptcy can provide relief from debt if you have little in the way of possessions and surplus money that would be available to creditors in a bankruptcy.
Use this handy budgeting tool to work out your income and outgoings. Compare what you can afford to pay creditors compared to the amounts they expect you to pay.
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