ABSA Debt Review Contact Centre Year End Function
After a busy year, ABSA is holding a thank you for their Debt Review Contact Centre Staff and this will briefly interrupt their call centre service on Friday Afternoon, December 7th.
ABSA say that they will be able to receive correspondence all day and will be able to take calls all morning but from 1 pm onwards they will not be available till Monday morning.
We hope the team have a great time after a rather tough year for everyone in the debt review space. It can be really rewarding for a team to get a chance to relax and socialise together and get some acknowledgement for all their hard work throughout the year.
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