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Our Money Advisors educate customers on a range of financial repayment options. We have considerable expertise in helping people with various types of debt problems. We provide no obligation and confidential advice for anyone struggling to restructure existing finance.

Customers can get free debt counselling, debt adjusting and providing of credit information services from the Money Advice Service – an organisation set up by the Government to offer free and impartial advice to those in debt. For more information from the Money Advice Service click here

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    Check if you Qualify

    Simply get in touch and speak to one of our experienced Money Advisors to see if you qualify for any debt relief plans.

  • Consultation

    If you qualify for debt solution, you will then be contacted by our FCA authorised partners to discuss which options will be most helpful for you, This could be a DMP, IVA, Debt Settlement Plan, Trust Deed or other solution.

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    You Decide

    Once you have been advised of your options, you decide what you want to do. The Money Advisor service is free, confidential and no obligation.

Debts we can help you with...

Utility Arrears

Utility arrears are debts to your gas, electricity or water provider. Millions of people in the UK have utilities arrears, but few people know how to tackle them. Talk to one of our advisors now to find out what you can do about your utility debts.

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Council Tax Arrears

If you’re behind on Council Tax or you’re struggling to make payments, you could face prosecution from your local authority. Get in touch with our advisors today for free help with council tax debt.

Store Debts

The idea of buying goods and paying for them later may be attractive, but high interest rates make many store cards difficult to pay off. If you’re struggling to keep up with store debts and need help taking control of your finances, get in touch with our advisors today.

Payday Loans

Payday loans are short-term loans originally designed to tide people over until payday. With incredibly high interest rates, a relatively small amount of money lent via a payday loan can be difficult to pay off. If you’re struggling with repayments and need advice, we can help.

CCJ Debts

If you owe money to someone and can’t pay back, they can apply to the County Court for a judgment (CCJ) against you to claim the money. The Court will decide whether there really is a debt to pay. If there is, they will issue a CCJ, setting out how the debts will be repaid.


An overdraft is an extension of a bank account, allowing you to continue to withdraw money even after the account reaches zero. This money is given on a borrowed basis, often has interest or a fee attached, and is repayable ‘on demand’.


A loan is the act of giving money, property or other goods to another person in exchange for the future repayment of the original amount plus interest or other charges. Depending on the rate of interest attached to a loan, the total repayment can be significantly more than the amount borrowed.

Credit Cards

Credit cards can be used to make purchases when you might not have the cash ready, to reduce the cost of expensive debt by getting a lower interest rate, and to earn rewards and cashback when you make purchases. If you’re struggling to make repayments on your credit card, get in touch today.

Previous House Rent Arrears

Applying to current and former tenancies, house arrears can include non-payment of rent, court costs, water rates, chargeable repairs, and compensation owed to landlords where a tenancy has been ended and the tenant has failed to leave.

Benefit Overpayment

A benefit overpayment can happen for a number of reasons. This could be because the benefit office made a mistake, or because you didn’t know you had to tell them about a change of circumstances that meant you were entitled to less benefits. For more information and advice on benefit overpayments, get in touch today.

Mortgage Shortfalls

If the amount your home is sold for does not cover the outstanding mortgage and any secured loans, you will owe the remaining money to any associated lenders. This ‘mortgage shortfall’ can be a significant debt that many people struggle to pay off. Get in touch with our advisors for more advice and information.

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