Don’t Leave Calling for Debt Advice Until the Last Moment
The news is doom and gloom with county courts issuing more repossession orders for homes with delinquent mortgages and spiraling arrears, record numbers of bankruptcies and insolvencies and soaring unemployment levels while home prices are at rock-bottom leaving many with negative or low equity and unable to refinance.
The phone calls follow the threatening letters and with nowhere to turn, most people simply ignore the situation until the paperwork becomes much more official in the form of summonses from the court and eventually, bailiffs arriving at the door.
By the time many people are motivated or frightened enough to seek help, most of the damage has already been done and while the situation can still be salvaged it usually comes at a heavy price.
By far and away the best thing to do is to seek advice and professional debt advice help as soon as possible. If you are constantly running up your credit card and living on your overdraft with too much going out each month on paying your debts then you need to get some help. This is the first stage you can reach for the phone or send an email.
If you are now getting threatening letters from the bank, credit card company or any other creditor demanding payment and lengthy phone call sessions with their credit control people, then get help now! The second stage you can reach for help so don’t ignore this thinking it will go away.
If you are receiving letters from the court – do NOT ignore them! Get help as soon as this happens – yet another stage at which you can stop your financial affairs from taking control of your life.
The sooner you seek help the sooner you will be free of the stress and worry of debt and it is never too late to seek the help of a professional.
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