There’s no benefit to suffering with debt in silence. The problem doesn’t go away. Instead, the more to think about the issue, the greater the problem becomes. A financial burden shared with somebody else can lead to the answer, especially if you speak to a debt expert.
Debt Advice Forum is managed by Debt Support Trust, a registered debt and money advice charity. The charity provides telephone and internet based debt advice.
The charity has helped thousands of people like you with honest, practical debt and money advice. You can get debt advice from the Debt Support Trust charity by telephoning 0800 085 0226. The lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 7pm.
Get Help with Debt
The first stage to any debt problem is to admit there is an issue. When it’s recognised a financial problem is too severe, and that professional support is required, then you can take steps to become debt free again.
At Debt Support Trust it’s simply a conversation over the telephone about the financial situation. The information is confidential and your advisor will be understanding. Once the advisor is aware of the full extent of the debt, they will ask a few more questions, such as are you employed? What benefits do you receive (if any)? Do you own a house or other asset? These questions simply help to determine which debt solutions will be applicable for you.
The debt advisor will then explain what debt help solutions you are applicable for. The solutions will be fully explained, with the pros and cons of each, to help you decide which option would be best. You can take as long as you wish to decide which debt solution you would like to enter and you can ask you debt advisor as many questions as you wish.
Telephone Debt Advice
Debt Support Trust offers a telephone and internet based debt advice service. The quickest route to receive debt advice is to call 0800 085 0226 and speak to a debt advisor within 30 seconds. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your question.
The Debt Advice Forum can also help if you have just one question. By joining the forum you can post your question and receive online help and support to become debt free.