Our Senior consultant, Sarah Longsdale, went to the Credit Today Awards 2013 as one of the Debt Counsellor of the Year finalists.
Winning the Debt Advisor of the Year in 2011 with the industry Trade Body, Debt Resolution Forum, and then again in 2012 for Investor in the Community, we were over the moon to have our long standing advisor, Sarah Longsdale be named as a Finalist for the Credit Today Awards as Debt Counsellor of the Year 2013.
ClearDebt advisor Sarah Longsdale – Finalist for Debt Counsellor of the Year 2013 with Credit Today
The benchmark for advice, Sarah routinely makes the concerns of her clients paramount; her intrinsic compassion for the people she advises immediately puts them at ease and she offers not just the most appropriate debt solution but support and reassurance when our clients most need it. Her trustworthy and professional manner matched with her empathy for a client’s situation professionally conveys the genuine ethics of our company.
The bedrock of a competent advisor is knowledge; through a culmination of years of refinement and self-development Sarah’s knowledge of the industry is by far one of the most expansive. She has been in the industry for 12 years now and was one of the first industry professionals to take and pass her CertDR examination. Her hard work and perseverance delivered an overall average of 84%. Her appetite to learn and rise to the challenge paid off and we are truly proud and honoured to have her as a member of our team.
Our clients say of Sarah,
Sarah was very friendly and efficient with dealing with any problems I had.
Sarah helped me to prioritise my debts and sort out the mess I was left in after the collapse of Apex DMC. Everything looked very black and I was beginning to despair of ever being debt free. Sarah rang me back when she said she would and was calm, reassuring and concise in the instructions she gave me about sending in paperwork and sorting out my debts. Sarah deserves recognition for the part she played in helping me overcome my worst ever financial nightmare.
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