Communicate With Your Debt Counsellor
It is said that communication is the lifeblood of any relationship. This is also true of a consumer’s relationship with their Debt Counsellor.
Many consumers are not used to having someone help them with their debt problems and are used to doing things their way. With the changes in your life that debt review brings (like switching to using cash, not credit), it can be very difficult for consumers to adjust.
Fortunately, consumers have a wonderful resource in that they can talk to their Debt Counsellor about any financial challenges they face. The key, however, is to reach out and talk to your Debt Counsellor if you see a potential problem on the horizon. Don’t wait until the problem arrives. Be quick to pick up the phone or send an email asking for advice.
‘reach out and talk to your Debt Counsellor if you see a potential problem on the horizon’
Debt Counsellors have training and experience that can be invaluable. They may also look at things objectively which consumers may not be able to do. So, next time you are taking some strain and not sure of what to do get in touch with your professional Debt Counsellor. After all, you pay after care fees each month so you may as well get value for money.