About DIY Debt Help
Welcome to DIY Debt Help - this website is brought to you by Bridgewood Financial Solutions Ltd, a leading provider of good quality, ethical debt advice and solutions to individuals, sole traders and small businesses.
Bridgewood was created by people who want to provide long-term debt help and support. We are passionate about delivering a great service - which means giving good advice, offering the best financial solutions, providing value for money and helping you make the most of your financial situation.
The Bridgewood approach is refreshingly different - we don't carry out any advertising or direct marketing, so you won't see us on the TV or in the press, and we don't use enticing slogans or pushy sales techniques. People find out about Bridgewood because they are recommended to us, either by one of their creditors, by an intermediary or via a consumer forum. Our business works because people have trust and confidence in what we do.
In particular Bridgewood wants to ensure that anyone with a debt problem is able to access clear, concise and accurate information about how to tackle the problem themselves, or with the support of a charity of free service provider. We have created DIY Debt Help to provide this service.
If however, having tried to sort things out yourself or via a free service provider, you feel that you need further help and support then Bridgewood will be delighted to provide this - offering you a great service and value for money.
Bridgewood is based in Nottingham, where we have a strong, experienced team of specialists and financial experts. We can support you wherever you live in the UK - most of our services can be delivered over the phone, but we are also happy to hold face-to-face consultations if that is required.
You can find out more about us by visiting our website www.bridgewooddebtsolutions.co.uk or by calling us on 0800 987 1010
Enjoy the site and, if you have any feedback, we'd love to hear from you.
5 Steps to Resolving a Debt Problem
- Carry out a Personal Financial Assessment
- Discuss your situation with your creditors
- Research which debt solutions may be suitable
- Speak to a charity / not-for-profit debt advice organisation
- Get help from a company with FCA authorisation for debt counselling