Debt Reverse | Our Blog Site
Debt Reverse in one of the UK’s leading debt management companies helping customers across the UK manage the relationship with companies that they owe.
Our blog site was set up to provide customers with the answers to the most commonly asked questions.
Debt Reverse currently has repayment plans set up with 1000s of creditors on behalf of our customers.
Through these working relationships Debt Reverse are able to set up debt management plans that allow our customers to reduce their monthly repayments in line with what they can afford.
Debt Reverse can also reduce or freeze interest and stop further charges being added to their accounts. If you are currently in debt, contact us and we will do what we can to help arrange your debts into a manageable form. Our main website is available at www.debtreverse.co.uk.
Contact Debt Reverse today on 0800 151 3328 and start dealing with your debts.
Yesterday afternoon, John from London filled out our online application form telling us that he had five payday loans and he was struggling to pay them off. We called him back within five minutes of his application being submitted through our website contact form and discussed his situation. Very quickly it became clear that John [...]
A quick preview of our summer marketing materials which we will be using across London in 2013. Google+
Many of our customers come to us after having done a debt management companies review, looking at the existing suppliers in the market and choosing a selection to discuss their debt issues with. There are a number of reasons why Debt Reverse does well in these debt management companies reviews and we think that it [...]
Three weeks ago Mrs E from Lancashire called asking for help with her financial situation after having had reduced working hours forced on her by her employer. She contacted us through our website contact form after hearing about our debt management plans from a friend, and her situation is unfortunately all too common place among [...]
Many companies involved in Britain’s payday lending sector have been threatened with being put out of business by the OFT in a report published in March 2013. A report released last month by the Office of Fair Trading has shown evidence of “widespread irresponsible lending”. Particular areas of non-compliance from the payday lending sector included: [...]