How do you start the conversation when asking for debt help? It’s not something most people think about. But, for many, they are the hardest words to say.
At Debt Support Trust, a registered debt advice charity, we encounter lots of different ways by which people say they need help.
Undoubtedly, the first words are the hardest so some people say, “I am in debt and need help”. This enables us to explain what we do and how we do it. Other people prefer to quickly explain what’s happened and you can almost feel the weight come off their shoulders just by telling someone about their problem.
As soon as somebody informs Debt Support Trust they are in debt and need help we can get to work on finding the appropriate debt solutions for them. We explain the pros and cons of each solution and what the implications would be for things like your job, house and credit history.
Asking for Debt Help at a Charity
We make it as simple as possible at Debt Support Trust to ask for help. You can email us with a query, complete a debt analyser and ask us to call you back, or pick up the telephone and call 0800 085 0226 to speak with a friendly advisor.
Telephone: 0800 085 0226
The Best way to Ask for Debt Help
There really isn’t a best way to ask for debt help, whichever is best for you is the most important fact. When you call, email or complete a debt analyser our debt advisors are trained and ready to listen so we can best help you with your debt problem. We supply you with the necessary advice to become debt free and if you decide not to take our advice that’s entirely your choice. There is no judgement or pressure from anybody.
So, don’t worry about what you’ll say or how you’ll explain it all, because it’s a friendly call with the ultimate goal of helping you become debt free.
Most importantly, just get the help you need and don’t struggle with debt alone. Debt Support Trust is a registered debt advice charity open from 8am – 7pm Monday to Friday. Everything you tell us is completely confidential; we don’t share your information with anybody else without your permission.
They may not be easy words, but “I am in debt and need help” is the start to becoming debt free.