Bromley Christians Against Poverty (CAP) service provides help to get people out of debt.
Home visits - a debt coach will visit you in your own home. An effective budget - trained debt counsellors work out a realistic budget that prioritises your essential bills. They negotiate affordable payments with each creditor and attempt to stop unfair interest and charges where possible.
The budget and the payments required are explained. A CAP Plan - in most cases a CAP plan is agreed and set up. This is when agreed weekly or monthly payments into the "CAP Plan" can be made to cover your bills and debts. CAP will then distribute this on your behalf. There is an option to build up savings through the CAP Plan.
Severe debt - in case of severe debt, they can talk through insolvency options, such as petitioning for bankruptcy. They'll help to fill out the forms and even attend court with you.
Debt free - your CAP Plan can be used to pay bills and debt repayments until you are debt free. If you would like to arrange a visit from the CAP Bromley Debt Centre Coach, please call their freephone number below. Calls to the helpline are free from landlines and mobiles in the UK. Phone line open 8.30am-5pm Mon-Fri. If you have any queries about the service you can call the number or email Martin, email@example.com.
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|Organisation||Christians Against Poverty (CAP UK - Bromley Centre)|
|Contact name||Martin Pointing|
|Address||CAP Bromley Debt Centre, serving BR1, BR2, BR5, BR6 and BR7, BR1, United Kingdom|
|Phone||0800 328 0006 (freephone)|
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