Have you added up all your debt recently?
Feeling overwhelmed by the impossibility of ever clearing it?
No matter how hard you try to pay off one debt, the rest are accruing interest at a frightening rate.
So, what wouldn’t you give for a fairy-godmother to wave a wand, stop the interest right now and cut your debt to just a quarter of what you currently owe.
How would you feel then?
Isn’t that an opportunity worth pursuing?
Aunt Meg knows a thing or two about debt, and we know we can help you cut your debt and stop your interest growing.
It’s perfectly legal, and it comes with just one condition.
You must be serious about making regular affordable payments to get you out of the dark place you’re in right now.
If that’s something you think you can do, read on.
Government legislation allows you to write off up to 75% of debt
Many businesses, banks, credit card providers and loan agencies are owed huge sums of money that they know they will never be able to collect.
Tough economic times, unemployment and personal hardship have put many people in debt that they never intended or foresaw.
It costs creditors a fortune to track down debtors, send threatening letters, go to court and pay debt collectors.
Many reach a point where they will happily take a settlement on the original debt and wipe the slate clean.
That’s why Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) where created.
This is a legal way for those in debt to enter negotiations with their creditors and make a legal contract to pay one fixed amount or an affordable amount each month for a set period of time, usually five years.
After that, the remaining debt is wiped out and you can have a fresh start.
How Aunt Meg makes debts disappear!
Aunt Meg understands your situation and can help negotiate a fair and affordable IVA with your creditors.
Alternatively, she may be able to suggest other ways to pay off what you can and wipe out the rest of your debt.
Debt management plans are a practical way to tackle non-priority debts such as credit cards, overdrafts and bank loans that you can no longer afford.
If you are on a low income, you may be eligible for a debt relief order to reduce what you owe.
All these options are far better than doing nothing and falling into bankruptcy, when your assets are likely to be seized and the record could affect any future job prospects.
By contacting Aunt Meg in confidence you can:
- Stop threatening letters and phone calls
- Prevent bailiffs arriving at your door
- Freeze all interest calculations
- Negotiate an affordable monthly payment as part of an IVA or similar plan
Take a look where you are right now, and consider how it would feel to have a debt-free future and a new start.
What have you got to lose except you debt?