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No Application Fee: This month we are assessing all applications for free.


We offer government regulated debt counselling services to help get your life back on track. As the first company to offer debt counselling services in South Africa we have the experience to listen to your problems and help find a solution that fits your life. If you need help to resolve your debt problems you can rest assured that you are in safe hands with Debt Therapy - you will always be our number one priority. Take the first step to financial freedom by clicking on the link below.


No Application Fee: This month we are assessing all applications for free.

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5th February 2016


I just want to use this opportunity to say thank you to everyone I dealt with at Debt Therapy.  You guys were always very professional and you are absolute life savers.  As far as I am concerned you are the best debt review company in South Africa.

Thank you


Make sure you choose the right debt counsellor

1. Make sure they are Registered with the NCR
2. Ask how long they have been in business (you can check the company registration number for an indication of this. Ours is for example 2005/001817/07, the first 4 numbers indicating year of registration. Be aware of new start-ups, most of which fail within a year or so.
3. Ask How Many Employees they have. If they have less than 10 or are unwilling to volunteer this information, be aware. A debt counselling operation require sufficient and trained staff in order to serve their clients properly.
4. Do they have a legal department and access to lawyers to assist with the significant amount of legal work involved with your application? If they do not, expect problems with your application.
5. Are You Talking Directly to a Debt Counsellor or to a Middle Man such as a 'Comparison Site'? Don't let anyone else choose a Debt Counsellor for you - you will be dependent on your Debt counsellor to help you get your life back on track, so rather contact Debt Counsellors yourself directly and make your choice.
6. Are they giving you all the facts? If it sounds too simple and good to be true, then it usually is. Ask questions about fees, how long it will take to be placed under debt review, if you can continue to use your credit cards or not, etc - if they can't give you satisfactory answers and you do not feel comfortable, then stay away.

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Unit 9, 1st Floor, Time Business Park
37 Blaauberg Road, Cape Town, 7441
Hours of Operation:
Mon. to Fri. 8am to 5pm
Weekends Closed

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