At Angel Advance, we know that being in debt can cause great anxiety and stress. Debt advice should be the first step to easing that stress, not a contributor to it. That’s why we have made getting debt advice even easier with our debt advice tool
Getting debt advice from Angel Advance
Getting debt advice with Angel Advance has always been free and easy. Simply use our online tool, fill in some questions about your income, outgoings and debts and we tell you what debt solutions are available for you. Sounds simple enough? Well, it’s now got even easier to get debt advice from us.
Changes to our debt advice tool
To provide you with debt advice we need to know details who you owe money to. We have partnered with Experian to allow you to link to your credit report for free and add your debts automatically.
Experian on average returns details of around 90% of debts so make sure to check that all your debts have been included and manually add any that are missing. Not all types of debt are recorded with credit reference agencies and may not appear so you would have to add these in manually.
Still want to enter all your debts manually? Don’t worry, that’s still an option too.
What do the changes to our debt advice tool mean?
Last year, we helped over 5,000 people gain debt advice via our online tool. But, as well as providing free debt advice we always want to know what we can do to make getting debt advice that bit easier. So, following your feedback, we have made providing details of your debts easier using Experian as our partner credit reference agency.
Searching for your debts on Experian is a ‘soft’ search and won’t affect your credit rating. Instead, it just makes it much easier and quicker to pull details of your debts, making getting debt advice from us a more seamless experience.
How do I get debt advice?
We know that getting debt advice can be daunting. That’s why we have our free online debt advice tool as well as debt advisors waiting to help via phone, email and live chat so you can gain debt help in whichever way suits you best. It’s just another way we like to make getting debt advice that bit easier.
Our debt advice tool takes around 15 minutes to complete but if you don’t have time or don’t have some information to hand, you can save your progress and continue at a time that’s convenient for you.