Quick debt counselling process explained

The debt counselling and review company of Help with debt offers a debt counselling and debt review services to all South Africans, where we offer HELP to clients struggling to meet their full monthly debt repayments and as a result struggle to survive. As a part of our debt counselling and debt review services, we help over-indebted clients restructure their total debt obligations in a way which is affordable to them, as assessed by the HELP WITH DEBT, debt counsellor in charge of the application. The Application for debt review and debt counselling will be conducted in terms of the National Credit Act no 34 of 2005, as well as governance by the National Credit regulator (NCR).

The HELP WITH DEBT, debt counsellor will:

•             perform the debt review process,

•             prepare a restructured payment plan for client

•             and then propose this to their credit providers for acceptance.

Our well-organized admin team will notify all your credit providers that you have applied for debt review and debt counselling, and then negotiate a restructuring new payment plan with all your credit providers. The objective of this process is to obtain a consent order from the court to start paying debts as agreed by all parties involved. If credit provider disagrees with the restructure plan, and cannot propose a reasonable counter-offer, then the case will be referred to a magistrate’s/tribunal court and our attorneys’ will defend your matter in court.

We look forward to help you in creating a better cash flow for your living conditions to better.

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