Consumers with accounts in arrears left to legal collections

Debt Center

Covid-19 hit South Africans hard since March 2020 and left many consumers with challenges regarding the stability of income that was affected by the lockdowns. The lockdowns directly impacting on companies, the ability to keep their doors open, and coping with the strain of financial loss forcing them to cut down on salaries and rotate […]

Lifeline for consumers pulling heavy debt

Debt Centre

The financial repercussions of the Covid19 – Virus “Stay at Home” Lockdown thus far is nothing to take lightly. It has brought the South African economy to an almost complete halt as the infection rate keeps on rising, leaving the country in fear for the worst. Companies big and small felt the heavy pinch of […]

Debt Centre se finansiële sakrekenaar toepassing gee sukkelende verbruikers weer hoop

Debt Centre

Die afgelope drie maande was ons lewens as verbruikers, werkers, broodwinners en ons skoolgaande en tersiêre studente oornag versteur deur die onbekende en gevreesde Corona – virus pandemie. Die “lockdown” is so ‘n drastiese aanpassing, dat ons gesukkel het om gewoond te raak aan die idee om heeltyd binneshuis te wees, nie toegelaat te word […]

COVID 19 and Debt protection insurance

Debt Centre

This week we at Debt Centre want to share valuable information with our readers and other multi-social media platform members regarding Debt Protection Insurance. The new COVID19 Lockdown Law and regulations enforced the whole nation to stay at home for 21 days and then further extended and now in level four with some business that […]

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