Some Available Debt Solutions Include:
Finding You The Right Debt Solution
If you’re unsure about which debt solution is right for you, or which way to turn, then we can help by putting you in touch with our panel of specialist debt advisors.
Receive Your Consultation
A debt advisor from one of our selected debt partners will contact you to assess your indiviual circumstances and then present you with your debt solution options.
You are then free to decide in your own time whether to proceed.
There is No Charge For Your Initial Consultation
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If you are struggling with debts and are finding it difficult to pay your creditors each month, then our panel of debt partners can assess your situation individually and provide you with suitable options which may aim to reduce payments to a level which you can afford.
Types of Debts which our partners can deal with:
Most unsecured debts can be dealt with including unsecured loans, credit cards, storecards, catalogue debt and other unsecured debts.. Although secured debt (homeowner loans / mortgages) can’t be included in a debt management plan or an IVA, our partners may be able to help by re-structuring any unsecured debt around your secured debt..
Your secured debt MUST be paid as originally agreed with your creditors as a priority, or your home may be at risk if the debt is secured on the house.
Some Features Of The Available Debt Solutions Include:
No Obligation, Free Initial Debt Consultation
Interest & Charges May Be Frozen (In The Case of A Debt Management Plan)
Up to 70% of Debt Can Be Written Off (In The Case Of An IVA)
Reduce or Stop Creditor Harrassment
Creditors Are Dealt With On Your Behalf
Have 1, Single Monthly Payment For All Debts – Which You Can Afford
Entering into a DMP, IVA or Bankruptcy is likely to affect your Credit Rating
(Although it is likely that your credit may already be suffering).
There is no obligation on creditors to accept the reduced payment plans, nor to freeze interest – however if a plan is administered properly and regular paymemts are made, creditors are usually happier to receive a reduced amount rather than no amount at all.
Regular payments must be made once an arrangement has been made with creditors. Failure to make payments can lead to arrangements breaking and further interest and charges being added.
As an IVA is a formal legal agreement with your creditors – you MUST keep up the repayments. And also inform your Insolvency Practitioner of any change in circumstances.
Sometimes, entering into a debt management plan with your creditors can lead to the overall term of the repayment schedule to be lengthened.