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Debt Solutions from Harrington Brooks
If you're experiencing debt problems, you're in the right place. We're currently helping over 75,000 clients repay their debts by an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) or Financial Management Plan. We also offer a Bankruptcy Support service.
Solution Spotlight: Individual Voluntary Arrangements
Is an IVA right for me?
IVAs are a popular solution for unaffordable unsecured debts over £5,500.
An IVA can write-off a significant amount of debt and stop legal action against you.
Harrington Brooks Advice Centre
Our guides help you deal with a debt crisis.
"More than one in three credit reports contain errors"
(22nd December, 2014) uSwitch has found that more than one in three (38 per cent) credit reports contain errors – equating to nearly 5 million consumers. The price comparison website said that the mistakes could be wrongly contributing to millions of British consumers being refused credit or missing out on the best ... read more...
Harrington Brooks Making a Difference this Christmas with Tree of Life Centre
(19th December, 2014) As well as the success of this year's Mission Christmas, Harrington Brooks staff have managed to raise huge quantities of food for the ... read more...
Another Successful Mission Christmas at HB
(18th December, 2014) Harrington Brooks staff go all out for another successful Mission Christmas campaign. ... read more...
FCA statement on Harrington Brooks.
(18th December, 2014) The following is a press release by the FCA. Debt management firm Harrington Brooks to pay redress to 4,500 customers, says FCA. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced that debt management firm Harrington Brooks will voluntarily pay over £1... read more...
Government To Introduce Bank Accounts For Those With Poor Credit History
(16th December, 2014) Basic bank accounts are to be introduced for people with bad credit history by the end of 2015. The new accounts will not allow overdrafts or cheque books, and will not gain interest, but without the risk of falling into the spiralling nature of bank charges for failed payme... read more...