If you are in debt to your energy supplier and struggling to get on top of it, then speak to your supplier as soon as possible. If they know there is a problem, they are required to work with you to find a solution.
This could include setting up a payment plan that you can realistically afford to pay off the debt or getting a grant from your supplier to help pay it off.
To keep the costs of phoning your energy supplier down, click here is a list of low-cost or freephone contact numbers and textphone lines for some energy suppliers.
Click here for a list of grants to help pay of your energy debts.
Click here for more advice on mortgage repayments. Services below may also be helpful to resolve debts already built up.
Debt advice services
If you are struggling with debt, there are several organisations below that may be able to help. Click the following organisations to read more.
- Money Saving Expert
- Christians Against Poverty or 0800 328 0006
- Step Change Debt or 0800 138 1111
- MoneyHelper or 0800 011 3797
- National Debtline or 0808 808 4000
- PlayPlan or 0800 280 2816
- The Money and Pensions Service or 0800 138 7777
Citizens Advice also assist people with legal, debt, consumer, housing and other problems in the United Kingdom.
Citizens Advice Manchester: http://www.citizensadvicemanchester.org.uk/
0808 278 7800 | Monday-Friday 09.30am-5pm
17 Bloom St