Your rights: Citizens Advice Bureau

If you’ve completed our contact form, then one of our advisors will shortly be in touch to discuss your options.

In the meantime, if you just feel you need some independent advice – you could do no worse than contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) for some free debt advice.

About Citizens Advice Bureau

  • There are more than 21,000 advisors working at various citizens advice bureaus in the UK – and they deal with many thousands of debt advice enquiries every year.
  • Citizens Advice Bureau also provides a range of fact sheets on debt topics, including bankruptcy advice and letters you can use to approach your creditors yourself.
  • CAB provides a searchable directory of local citizens advice bureaux.
  • Wikipedia also has a good explanation of how the Citizens Advice Bureau movement works.

We hope you have found our guide to Citizens Advice useful. If you want some help with your debts, speak to us today on 0800 019 2095 or complete our contact form and we’ll call you back.

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Your rights: Citizens Advice Bureau

Updated on 2016-10-01T22:37:23+01:00, by Kristian Stock.

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