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Whether you have a too much debt or you are simply looking for options, we can help you resolve your debt for less money than you owe now.

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How does it work?

Simply use our free online checker to see how much debt you could possibly write off, we will then put you in touch with one of our debt advisors for a free, confidential chat to see what your options are.

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What debts we can help with

Below is a list of all the type of debts that we can help you with and which would be cut down or even completely written off.

Utility Arrears

Credit Card Debt

Personal Loans

Payday Loans

Store Debts

CCJ Debts

Overdrafts

Loans

Credit Cards

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Frequently Asked Questions

Our FAQ section is currently being updated.

What is an IVA?

An IVA, or an Individual Voluntary Arrangement is an agreement that is made between you and those you owe money to (your creditors) that determines how much you will repay each month and over what period of time (usually five years). An IVA is legally binding, meaning it is approved by the court and you and your creditors will have to stick to it.

What is debt consolidation?

Debt Consolidation, quite simply, is a way of refinancing your existing debts, so that you only make one payment per month, therefore making repayments easier and relieving some of your financial stress. Debt Consolidation can be used for various types of debt, including credit cards, personal loans and even store cards.

Will an IVA affect my job?

More often than not, an IVA will not affect your job, or your ability to get another job in the future as it is highly uncommon for employers to carry out credit checks on potential employees. Also, an IVA could be looked on positively, as it is considered a sensible option and a great way to avoid possible bankruptcy.

What debt options do you have?

At the moment, there are more debt relief options available than ever – some more severe than others. The debt relief option suitable for yourself will depend entirely on your circumstances. For debts totaling less than £20,000, things such as Debt Relief Orders and Debt Management plans are a great way of clawing yourself out of financial difficulty.

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