Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Planning to call a debt counsellor? Do it now, because they will be too busy in January!

Planning to call a debt counsellor? Do it now, because they will be too busy in January!

Debt advice agencies have urged consumers struggling with debts to contact them now, rather than waiting till the new year, during which these agencies would be flooded with calls from people having problems with their post-Christmas bills, making it extremely difficult for them to respond to debt related queries, at the earliest.

Posted by matt @ 06:38 PM (490 views)
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2 thoughts on “Planning to call a debt counsellor? Do it now, because they will be too busy in January!

  • glorious sunshine, take note. Call now, or when you get back from your surfing holiday and look at your credit card bill.

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  • “the annual income of 50% of households with serious debt problems is less than £7,500, which means Christmas debt for these households is a choice between not eating or having the power cut off when January bills arrive.”

    Oh dear and all this after 9 years (YES 9 YEARS) of a labour government supposedly improving the quality of life for low income families. George Orwell’s book Animal Farm comes to mind.

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