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Debt Assist Receives Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2019

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Debt Assist Receives Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2019

Debt Assist UK has won the Feefo Gold Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.

Award Winning Customer Service

Not usually ones to blow our own trumpet… We’re delighted to announce that we have been award the Feefo Gold Trusted Service award!

Created by Feefo, Trusted Service is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine reviews and insights. Those that meet the high standard, based on the number of reviews they have collected, and their average rating, receive the award. A badge of honour, this accreditation remains unique, as it is based purely on the interactions with real customers. As all reviews are verified as genuine, the accreditation is a true reflection of a business’ commitment to outstanding service.

We’ve always be proud of our team here, and we have always known that our customer service was excellent, but it’s a huge honour to have this officially recognised by Feefo.

Reece Culpepper, Operations Director at Debt Assist said: “We’re thrilled to receive this award from Feefo. It recognises how hard we’ve been working to give great experiences to all our customers, who are the most important judges of what we do. We’re committed to delivering the highest quality of service, so it’s important for us to listen, understand and respond to all our customers. Feefo enabled us to consistently improve throughout 2018 and now we’re looking forward to another successful year ahead.”

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About Feefo

Feefo is a disruptive global technology company empowering brands to make smarter decisions and improve consumer experiences by leveraging the full potential of real customer reviews.

Feefo’s cutting-edge review platform is trusted by more than 3,500 brands including Next, Vauxhall, Expedia, JCB and Thomas Cook, who rely on it to supply smart insights that transform their ability to market, sell and build more rewarding relationships with customers.

A trusted partner of Google, Feefo’s technology and consultancy team possesses unique expertise and business insight, enabling brands to employ cutting-edge innovation that optimises the delivery of digital marketing and advertising.

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Barclaycard 0% Interest Credit Card

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Barclaycard 0% Interest Credit Card

Barclaycard will no longer charge interest on new purchases with 0% transfer deals.

Barclaycard have announced that they will no longer its customers interest if they are on their 0% balance transfer deal.

Generally, if you go shopping you will pay around 20% interest on your new purchases (unless you clear the entire balance), however in a bid to make its fees more transparent for customers, Barclaycard have announced with their balance transfer deal they will waive these costs as long as the customer clears their purchase balance.

What Does This Mean?

If, for example, you transfer £1,000 onto a balance transfer card with 0% interest for 18 months. If you were to use that card to pay £500 towards a purchase, then (usually) you would lose your 0% interest offer and be asked to pay interest on all of the £1,500! Barclaycard’s new deal says that if you pay off the £500 by the end of the month, you’d keep the 0% interest deal.

However, if you only manage to repay £499 of the new payment, you will be asked to pay interest on the whole £1,500 – so it’s only a good idea if you know you will be able to fully repay the extra card purchases within a month.

If you are struggling to meet repayments on your Barclaycard, talk to one of our trained advisers now and discuss with them the options you might in order to help you repay your debts (or even write off a percentage of them).

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