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Useful Resources, Help and Advice

As a responsible licensed credit broker, we believe you should be treated fairly and find the right solution to your financial issues.

Some high cost loans are not fit for longer-term borrowing needs and there is no one solution that fits all circumstances. This is why you should have the contacts below handy so that you will find the right information and advice should you need them. The list below contains the most relevant bodies that regulate or act in our industry and may be relevant for customers at the same time.

The Money Advice Service
Advice on responsible borrowing, debt help, support, running bank accounts, financial planning, cost savings, savings, benefits and more...

The Money Advice Service helps people deal with personal finance. They offer a free and impartial advice service. They are independent, set up by government. Their objectives are to enhance the knowledge of members of the public of financial matters and the ability of members of the public to understand and manage personal finance.

Citizens Advice
Citizens Advice help people with their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent advice on your rights and responsibilities. They also aim to improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives. They provide advice services from 3300 community centres which are run by 338 individual charities.

National Debtline
National Debtline is a free, confidential, debt advice service for people in England, Wales and Scotland. They help people cope with debt and give advice on improving your financial situation and controling debt. They also provide a lot of information on how to deal with creditors.

Action Fraud
ActionFraud is the UK’s national fraud and internet crime reporting centre. This is the best contact for information about fraud and financially motivated internet crime. It is the UK’s national reporting centre where you should report fraud if you have been scammed or defrauded.

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) The FCA is the UK's financial services industry regulator. The FCA's objective is to ensure that the relevant markets function well by securing protection for consumers, enhancing the integrity of the UK financial system and promoting effective competition in the interests of consumers.

Consumer Finance Association (CFA)
The trade association representing the majority of the short term lenders in the UK today. The CFA's goal is to raise the standards of the industry by ensuring their members follow the Code of Practice and responsible lending.

Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)
The UK body promoting competition for the benefit of consumers, both within and outside the UK. One of their aims is to make markets work well for consumers, businesses and the economy. The CMA took over many of the functions of the Competition Commission (CC) and the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). They are also responsible forconducting market studies and investigations where there may be competition and consumer problems

Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)
The UK regulator for advertising. They deal and monitor most kinds of ads including offline and offline and will try to help with any advertising complaints whether in thier remit or not. The ASA has many rulings and can ban advertisements from appearing on television or other UK advertising mediums.

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