Thursday, May 04, 2006

Are debt charities becoming more vocal?

Daily Mail: Vorderman criticised over TV ads

Debt charities today urged television presenter Carol Vorderman to stop promoting companies that offer debt consolidation loans that put people's homes at risk. Credit Action said Vorderman's profile could cause people to think debt consolidation was suitable for them when it was not.

Posted by Uncle Chris @ 05:39 PM (671 views)
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1. Retiredbanker said...

3rd class degree= Maths Genius?

Friday, May 5, 2006 12:11PM Report Comment

2. Inbreda said...

I'm sorry but if anyone is stupid enough to consider Carol Vordermans appearance as the deciding factor over whether or not they get up to their arse in debt, then they deserve to be fleeced. Debt charities should spend more of their time shouting at the government to sort something out. It is after all their responsibility to police this area and they've done a shoddy job they need to spend less time generating spin and starting immoral wars and more time sorting out the country. Bah humbug.

Saturday, May 6, 2006 02:06PM Report Comment

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