Debt Options offer a free and impartial debt advice service.
(PRWeb UK) March 3, 2010
Debt Options have launched a major new UK website that is focused on helping consumers struggling with debts. Unlike debt information only sites, the website goes much further and actually gives debt troubled consumers a way to assess their debt problems and start the process of resolving them.
With crucial information on all of the most common debt solutions like IVAs, Debt Management Plans, Trust Deeds & Bankruptcy, they strive to avoid the wild claims less scrupulous companies use.
“We are not funded by, or connected to any lender, and as a consequence can offer a completely impartial service. Our aim is simply to provide you with the best possible advice, which is completely free.”
Sadly, many debt management company sites offer untrue claims to ‘wipe out debts’, ‘use legal loopholes’, etc. The approach with Debt Options is far removed from these dubious methods. They do not attempt to lure consumers in with wild claims; instead the site provides realistic advice for financial recovery.
“Every debt situation is 100% unique and whilst general information is useful, each case needs to be assessed by an independent specialist to determine the best option for someone struggling in debt.”
Debt Options directors have eleven years experience supporting people with serious debt problems. They have expert knowledge of the environment and understand explicitly the concerns of people facing debt problems.
“People often don’t know the first steps to take when facing debt problems. Initially we aim to allay their fears and reassure them that there can be a way to resolve the situation. We give them a structured process with impartial advice to determine which debt solution is right for their situation and then guide them through the process.”
When people struggling with debt use the site, they can immediately find plain English information about IVAs, Debt Management Plans, Trust Deeds & Bankruptcy. The vital information stressed on the site is that no one single solution works for everyone. This is a radical departure from those less reputable companies simply selling IVAs without the consumer’s best interests at heart.
From this starting point, it is easy to apply online or contact an advisor for free expert advice about what is going to work in the person’s precise situation. The advice is free and of course completely confidential, providing a real lifeline for people who simply may not be sleeping at night from the strain of insolvency.
In the current economic climate, the service should be a much needed boost to provide instant quality debt counselling help for the thousands of people in the UK who are facing debts they simply cannot afford to pay.
The company is licensed under the Consumer Credit Act (1974) to provide confidential, essential debt help.