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Pretoria - “We see a daily increase in the number of consumers that apply for debt counselling”, says Neil Roets, CEO and pioneer of Debt Rescue.  “At Debt Rescue we have seen a drastic increase in the number of applications received year-on-year.”

Debt counselling helps consumers who can no longer keep their heads above water financially.  It grants them the opportunity to pay only one affordable premium towards all their debt and provide the immediate financial relieve they desperately need.  

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