Re10 wins Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award

Re10 WINS FEEFO GOLD TRUSTED SERVICE AWARD 2017 February 2017, Re10 wins Gold Trusted Service award from Feefo, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, rated by real customers. Created by Feefo, Trusted Service is awarded to businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine ratings and reviews. A badge of […]

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86% debt write off for another satisfied Re10 customer:

86% Debt Write Off This is what they said: “After working 7 days a week for 4 years to keep my business, I finally had to close the doors in the recession. I was in no fit state to deal with the onslaught and fall out which followed. Sue and all the team at RE10, […]

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How to become debt free in less than 6 years

How to become debt free in less than 6 years Re10’s 45 second video introduces viewers to a legal “scheme of arrangement” they may wish to consider obtaining further details on in order to become debt free.

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IVA Video

IVA Video Re10 launches 3+ minute IVA video which succinctly introduces viewers to individual voluntary arrangements. Meet Paul and Sarah. They are swamped by their debts; with constant bills, demands and phone calls. They feel alone and think their only solution is to borrow more and more money to meet their monthly expenses, leaving them […]

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Bankruptcy just got a lot more expensive for all concerned

With effect from 21 July 2016 anyone petitioning for their own bankruptcy now has to pay £680 (£550 deposit and £130 Adjudicator’s fee). Further, the Secretary of State fee in bankruptcies has been replaced with a new fixed fee of £6,000 called the “Official Receiver’s General Fee”.  The Official Receiver will also charge 15% of […]

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FCA sets June 2019 deadline for PPI mis-selling claims

Consumers have until the end of June 2019 to make a claim for mis-sold loan insurance (PPI) say the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Banks have paid 24 billion pounds in compensation to customers over the past five years for mis-selling payment protection insurance (PPI), making it Britain’s costliest scandal in financial services. The FCA had […]

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New Standard Financial Statement from the Money Advice Service

New Standard Financial Statement According to the Money Advice Service, a new Standard Financial Statement (SFS) is to be used with effect from 1st March 2017. All debt advice providers and creditors will use the same consistent format to assess income and expenditure for people with debt problems. Consistency when assessing income and expenditure is […]

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Brexit impact on house prices is uncertain, Nationwide says

By Kevin Peachey Personal finance reporter (BBC) The Brexit effect on the housing market may take months to become clear, the Nationwide said as it reported a slight rise in UK house prices in July. The UK’s biggest building society said that uncertainty after the UK’s vote to leave the EU could reduce demand among […]

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Credit card firms ignore persistent debt says FCA

Credit card firms ignore persistent debt, says FCA By Kevin Peachey Personal finance reporter, BBC A total of 1.4 million people in the UK have only made the minimum repayments on their credit cards for three years in a row, the City regulator has said. The profits made from these customers mean credit card firms […]

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Re10 insolvency practitioners launch new logo

Re10 are pleased to launch their new logo as seen here:  

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