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    Debt Advice Forum is a free resource which has been created to give accurate and honest advice on money and debt. Our help guide should tell you everything you need to know about using the forum.

    Create Your Forum Profile

    You can register for the forum by clicking “register” at the top of the page as shown in the picture below

    Register for Debt Advice Forum

    Once you click on register you will be asked to enter your email address and set a username.

    A password will be emailed too you within the following hour which can be changed when you log into your profile.



    You can visit your profile by click “profile” at the top of the page when you’re logged in.

    Debt Advice Forum Profile

    Once clicked you will be re-directed to your profile where you can edit and get all your forum statistics.

    Using the edit button at the bottom left under your profile image you will be able to add a personal description, photo and much more.

    How To Ask A Question

    To ask one of our experts a question simply find the most suitable forum and add a topic title, question and topic tags. For example, if you were asking about bankruptcy you would go to the bankruptcy forum and start a topic, as shown below.

    Ask debt advice question online






    Send A Private Message

    Once logged in you’ll find an inbox button at the top left of the website which can be used to send private messages other forum users.

    Private message - Debt Advice Forum




    Just click the button and you’ll be taken to a page where you will be able to send a message, read any message sent to you including forum announcements.

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