Dealing with money issues can sometimes be difficult and can lead to debt problems. This can happen when you're unable to afford your monthly payments, struggle with constant late payments, or must juggle your finances to meet your payment obligations.
You might require extra support if your personal circumstances have changed, such as losing your job, dealing with a long-term illness, or if you're behind on payments and struggling to pay bills. It's also a cause for concern if you're regularly at your credit limit.
If you're starting to experience money worries, there are steps you can take. We encourage you to talk to us, as we're here to help.
If you've missed a payment, you can call us on 03300 104137.
If you're concerned about future payments, you can call us on 03300 104137
Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm.
Saturday from 9am to 1pm.
Alternatively, for more information and impartial advice, you can visit the Citizens Advice pages. There, you'll find details of organizations that offer free and impartial advice to help you manage your debt.
Remember, there is support available to help you deal with debt problems, and it's essential to take the necessary steps to address them.