Losing sleep over your debt problems?

Are you losing sleep over your debt problems? Vote in our poll now!

A recent report from a debt charity showed that they received nearly 50,000 calls last year during the hours of midnight and 7am.

ClearDebt’s own website data showed a similar trend, with nearly 10% of all our website visitors last year visiting our website between midnight and 7am. Although this could also be a reflection of the “24-hour” lifestyle many people lead, it also seems to indicate that people are losing sleep because they are worried about their debt problems.

Have your money concerns ever kept you awake at night? Vote in our poll now:

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If your debt problems are causing you concern, we can offer a range of ways to help you find the most suitable option for you.

The Debt Analyser

Our first recommendation would be to complete our online contact form, our trained debt advisors can then assess your situation and provide appropriate advice Click here to complete our online contact form.

The Community

If you’re feeling alone, the ClearDebt Community is a place where you can read about other people’s experiences and money concerns, you can also contribute by asking your own debt questions anonymously. Click here to visit the ClearDebt Community now.

The Blog

From important updates on the debt management industry to light-hearted tips for how you can save, the ClearDebt blog aims to cover issues which are useful and relevant to you. If you have any suggestions for topics you’d like to see covered, please leave a comment below.

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