Consumers digging deep to afford monthly debt obligations and living costs

Debt Center

South Africans with credit agreements are feeling the pressure of increasing instalments of debt repayments South Africans are financially exhausted after three tough years, surviving the Covid pandemic, growing inflation, rising interest rates, groceries and fuel price increases and living costs becoming more and more expensive, forcing consumers to cut down on essential family spending […]

Getting a Divorce with Debt

Divorce and Debt

Getting a Divorce and dealing with debt in the marriage. In this week’s blog, we here at Consumer Debt Support (CDS) would like to take the opportunity and share a little more about the topic of when a couple comes to the decision of a divorce. What happens to the debt the marriage incurred and […]

Retire in Good Wealth

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Don’t resign your job to pay debt! In this week’s blog, we here at Consumer Debt Support (CDS) would like to talk more about the real problem consumers are facing: the stress they no longer can cope with, the fear and guilt of not being able to pay their creditors monthly. We have come to […]

Debt Review benefits struggling consumers

Debt Review

Breaking the silence struggling to pay debts in a weakening economy. This week’s blog, we at Consumer Debt Support (CDS) want to talk about what is debt review. We had previous discussions in one of our blogs on this topic. The question is, how would one deal with debt? What is the best solution that […]

Reckless spending in a recession

Caught in a web of SPENDING

In today’s blog, we want to talk about reckless spending and the latest news for consumers that South Africa is back in the recession. We at Consumer Debt Support (CDS) can say the recession has been with us the past two years. We walk down the road in the lives of those struggling with reckless […]

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