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Having problems with Sheriff Officers such as Walker Love, Scott & Co, and Stirling Park breathing down your neck for Council Tax arrears?

Does your council tax debt keep you up at night?

Are sheriff officers threatening to take away your family's hard earned wages & pos...

Council tax, as much as we hate it, is something we are requested to pay either each month, or each year. If you can’t pay and the debt mounts up over time, you will eventually be faced with a court summons, which you do not have to attend, but can have repercussions o...

Falling into substantial debt can be a traumatic experience. Here are 10 steps you can take to help yourself get out of debt:

 

1. Switch to a 0% balance transfer credit card

While the Bank of England base rate had been 0.5% since March 2009 and was recently cut to the h...

It's the end of the month, you've just been paid, yet there's little or no money left over to treat yourself after all your hard work. Sound familiar?

You're not alone! Many people are maxed out on their credit cards and on their credit in general. In fact, many financi...

I would like to say a big 'thank you' to you guys for all of your help. Your company has been a God-send to me.

I work as a journalist and my work was being badly affected by the amount of debts I had. It's really hard to concentrate on any other part of your life when...

Recently we found a list of top 10 social media collections tips on the fascinating Credit and Collections blog, a website for the debt collection trade. It’s amazing – but not surprising – to find that some debt collectors are using  underhand tactics to find debtors...

If you have several debts, you might be feeling overwhelmed. Below is some useful information on how to prioritise and work out which debts to pay off first to help you save money and clear your debts faster.

Why it’s important to pay off debts in the right order

The co...

If you hear these, take the advice with a huge pinch of salt…

Myth: Creditors are able to send bailiffs to collect debts

Only the courts have the authority to instruct bailiffs to visit you to collect consumer credit debts. If someone comes to your door calling themselve...

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