Free Booklet About Leaving Debt Review

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Debt Counsellors often speak to people who want to leave the process before they have paid off all their debt. Many others find they have a debt review flag on their credit bureau record by do not remember how it got there.

‘Debt Counsellors often speak to people who want to leave the process before they have paid off all their debt’

For Consumers

If you are thinking about leaving the debt review process before you have paid off all your debt then we encourage you to download and read the booklet which explains all the current options on leaving debt review. It explains how and when it can be done. This will help you know what to expect when you chat to your Debt Counsellor directly about leaving debt review.

You can read and then download the (1Mb) booklet in PDF format below:

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How to Successfully Leave Debt Review Booklet (1Mb)

 

 

Many readers have benefitted from the articles in Issue #4 of 2021 of Debtfree Magazine all about leaving the debt review process. The articles spoke about how this can legitimately be done and how some people are sadly scammed out of funds by those who wish to take advantage of consumers in debt review.

Feel free to head over to the Download Magazine page and download the entire issue and read the articles (also for free).

 

For Debt Counsellors:

Debtfree Magazine is making the information available to Debt Counsellors, PDAs and Credit Providers to please share with the public for free. The booklet (see above) is done without the usual Debtfree Magazine branding on the cover (though it does mention the magazine inside) so, your company can feel free to share this information with those who need it. It is available for all to use for FREE (our favourite price). Please share this info.

‘We encourage you to make the information available to as many people as possible’

We encourage you to make the information available to as many people as possible to help them avoid being scammed or making poor decisions about how and when to leave the process.