Debt Review

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Tired of debt?
Can’t keep up with your monthly instalments?
Can’t cope with making ends meet?

Debt can get you feeling down, frustrated and scared. We often feel like there is no hope, or that things are just getting worse. Debt counselling may be the solution for you.

What is Debt Counselling?
Debt counselling is a debt relief measure, which is regulated by the National Credit Regulator and by the NCA. The debt counsellor will negotiate with your credit providers for a lowered instalment, interest rate, and an extended period over which the debt is to be paid. The debt counselling team will assist you with amending your budget and monthly expenditures so that you will be able to afford to live with ease and still maintain stable debt repayments.

Who can apply?
The answer is simple; anyone that has financial problems can apply for debt review. Your application will be assessed and if you are found to be over indebted, our team will proceed with the application and help you.

What do we need?
We need the following documentation:
– Proof of residence,
– Three latest payslips,
– Your marriage certificate,
– Copies of your ID and your spouse’s ID (if you are married),
– A copy of your latest bank statement.

This process is 100% confidential. We will not tell your friends, employers, or anyone else that you are under debt review.
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