ClearDebt nominates Matthew Foley as DRF Advisor of the Year

Find out more about ClearDebt’s nomination for “DRF Advisor of the Year 2011” and how you can vote for Matthew Foley to win this award.

As a member of the Debt Resolution Forum, this year we were invited to nominate a member of our team for the title of “DRF Advisor of the Year 2011”. We had a lot of experienced advisors to choose from and after much consideration, we have selected Matthew Foley.

Here are some of the reasons why we have selected Matthew to represent ClearDebt at the 2011 DRF Awards and how you can vote for him as “DRF Advisor of the Year 2011”.

About Matthew

Matthew joined ClearDebt in 2008, originally dealing with repossessions; he quickly worked his way up to a debt advisor role.
In character, Matthew is unassuming, modest and always a model of professionalism. In addition to his reassuring and supportive approach when speaking to people in need of debt advice, Matthew is also a valued member within his team. He regularly assists his colleagues offering cover when they are away and advising their clients.

Professional Debt Qualifications

Matthew completed his CertDR (Certificate in Debt Resolution) qualification at the start of the year. This involved three individual modules which focused on different areas of the UK debt industry, from the historical context and legal regulations to studying each debt solution in detail and best practice guidelines for giving debt advice.

Matt undertook around 210 hours of study for this qualification and passed all three examinations with flying colours.

What people say about Matthew

Here are some comments from people Matthew has advised, as posted on the independent IVA review site (click on the name of each reviewer to read the full review)

I spoke to Matt Foley at ClearDebt who outlined the benefits of an IVA and was very informative and helpful. The whole process was very easy and Matt was on hand at every step to answer any questions I had.


Matt Foley was excellent to a point that our relationship became more personal than business like. For a company that must have thousands of clients its great that when I call him he knows exactly who I am from my voice!

Mr. Snaith

Fantastic. Very understanding, Matt Foley made me feel very much comfortable with the situation.


Matt Foley was amazing, very informative and explained things so I could understand.


How you can vote for Matthew

The DRF awards panel will choose the winner of this award and will take into account a number of different criteria, including votes from clients. If you’ve spoken to Matthew and would like to vote for him you can do so by emailing the DRF Awards panel with the following information:

1) Name of the Advisor you are voting for.
2) Your name, contact details and reference number – these details will remain confidential and are only needed to verify your vote.
3) A short statement on why you think Matthew Foley deserves to be DRF Advisor of the year.

Email your votes to:

The deadline for voting is Friday 2nd September and the winner will be announced at the annual Debt Resolution Forum Conference which will be taking place on Tuesday 27th September 2011.

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