Some of you may recall from a post at the start of this year that we questioned the ongoing bitterness between not-for-profit and commerical debt advice providers: The Real Losers.
There's a new twist it seems, for whilst the main names in charitable advice giving remain as opposed to the money grabbing debt management companies as ever, smaller local agencies whose budgets have been cut are finding new ways to keep their work going.
Apart from questionable consultations amongst some agencies that make no reference to what consumers might think whatsoever, Zero-credit is aware that lists of potential debt solution clients are being offered to the highest bidder.
How do you feel about your Legal Aid being paid by someone who is broke? Whose right would you say it is to decide who benefits from free advice? Are these questions for professionals or consumers, you may well ask? We don't know about you, but we're tempted to say “YOU decide!”.
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