Debt Advice You Can Rely On

If you are struggling with debt then we are here to help you.
Not being able to pay your bills can be a very worrying and difficult time. It is hard to know where to turn or what you can do about it.

Consumer Information Service will help you and guide you through this tough time providing support and most importantly advice that you can trust to get you back to being able to enjoy your life.

· Ethical Debt Advice

· Confidential Service

· Trusted Advice

· Experienced Advisors

DEBT SOLUTIONS

Individual Voluntary Arrangement

(only available in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

If you have £5000 or more of unsecured debt and you are finding it hard to pay your creditors then an IVA may be suitable for you

Debt Management Plan

(only available in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

A DMP can help you if you are struggling to keep up with your minimum monthly payments.

Protected Trust Deed

(only available in Scotland)

A PTD is an option for Scottish residents only who are struggling to keep up with the repayments to their unsecured debts of £5000 or more.

Debt Arrangement Scheme

(only available in Scotland)

A DAS is a government run debt management tool which allows you to repay your debts through a debt payment programme.

Debt Relief Order

(only available in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

A DRO can be a low cost alternative to bankruptcy, it is only available if you owe less than £20,000 if you live in England or Wales or less than £15,000 in Northern Ireland

Bankruptcy

(only available in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)

You can apply for Bankruptcy if you can’t pay back your debts. As well as applying for bankruptcy yourself, someone else you owe money to (a creditor) can apply to make you bankrupt

READY TO FIND OUT MORE?

take the first step today!

3 Easy Steps

STEP 1 – CONTACT US

There are several ways to get in contact with us – you can
– Fill in your details online
– Call FREEPHONE 0800 009 6211
– Email us – info@consumerinformationservice.co.uk
and one of our experienced Debt Counsellors will call you to discuss your current situation and what debt solutions are available to you.

STEP 2 – tell us about your debt

At a convenient time to you, we will listen to you tell us why you are struggling with your debt and explain your current situation. We will discuss your monthly income and your priority bills and assess how much you can afford to pay each month and your suitability for a debt solution. We will then go through all options that are available to you and clearly explain the pros and cons.

STEP 3 – time to decide

At this point you will be equipped with all the information that you need to make the right decision for you and your future.

For impartial and independent free information about dealing with debt you can visit the Money Advice Service. It’s an independent service, set up by the government to help people make the most of their money

Freephone 0800 009 6211

100% CONFIDENTIAL

Consumer Information Service only gives advice, we do not provide any debt solutions and we do not charge for our advice. If during our conversation with you and after discussing the options that are available to your personal situation you decide a debt solution is the most appropriate option for you, then we offer a no obligation referral to carefully selected debt solution providers for which we may receive a referral fee.

Some debt solutions involve fees to you. These fees will always be explained to you and can differ depending on your circumstance. Any fees will be confirmed in writing from the debt solution provider before any agreements are signed.

Consumer Information Service is a trading name of Consumer Claims Service Ltd, registered in England and Wales, Company Number 9703609. Registered Address Fernhills Business Centre, Foerster Chambers, Todd Street, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom BL9 5BJ. Data Protection Registration Number: ZA145229 Consumer Information Service is an Appointed Representative of Debt Help Ltd authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority 782878. 

The following information about dealing with creditors is available from the Government:

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