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Avoid debts 'by dealing with credit card claims'

Members of the public can avoid getting into debt by dealing with credit card charges on a regular basis.

Deanem Collections chief executive David Baum suggested that people refuse to utilise these devices if they wish to avoid debt.

If individuals do opt to use credit cards, the loan charges can become unaffordable if they build up, he pointed out.

The expert also recommended that people with mortgages change this to an offset loan if they can afford to, as this enables them to reduce the amount of money they owe.

Men and women can tell they have a problem with debts if they "wake up at three in the morning and say 'What the hell do I do now?'," Mr Baum declared.

Some people leave dealing with bank claims for too long and it can become a significant issue in their lives, he argued.

Credit Action chief executive officer Michelle Highman recently noted people can stay in control of their finances if they monitor their incomings and outgoings.

Samantha Clarke
Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801386663-ADNFCR

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