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Added: (Tue May 01 2001)

Pressbox (Press Release) - The lack of widespread funding has created an atmosphere of insecurity throughout the money advice sector, which has prevented strategic planning and the development of services. Advice centres are doing a good job but are under severe pressure. In the national climate of rising debt there is a desperate need to secure the resources from severe pressure.

The quality of money advice provided by the agencies covered by the credit industry is generally high. However this standard of performance is a fragile achievement, often delivered by agencies which depend on a volunteer workforce in which funding is limited and insecure.

The UK Insolvency Helpline was formed in 1997. The service is totally independent and funded by via donations and subscriptions from over 100 professional practices in the United Kingdom. We do note advertise our services, which is very pleasing as this sets our image apart from those organisations who advertisements appear in the press.

The UK Insolvency Helpline is the UK’s only personal and business debt consultancy offering free advice to consumers on financial problems. The dedicated aim of the service is to provide clients with a caring, professional hands on approach to financial problems with the ability to identify and resolve problems at an early stage.

The UK Insolvency Helpline’s recovery team have extensive commercial experience in business and personal insolvency procedures and undergo regular professional training and updates, ensuring that the highest standards of practice are maintained at all times.

Through its nationwide call centre and through its panel of professional advisors, there is expertise and procedures in place to ensure that enquiries are handled confidentially and promptly and most importantly, free of charge. Enquiries can be taken via the National Free-phone number 0800 074 6918 or by the web site. (www.insolvencyhelpline.co.uk)

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