Rugby welcomes the launch of a new business in the town centre called Money Minds, who offer free and impartial debt advice for residents of the town and surrounding areas.
Online PR News – 23-April-2010 – – Rugby welcomes the launch of a new business in the town centre called Money Minds, who offer free and impartial debt advice for residents of the town and surrounding areas.
Based in Chapel Street near the Clock Towers Shopping Centre, Money Minds has just opened for business and provides information and advice for people and families that are concerned about debt and want advice and guidance from a company with genuine knowledge and experience.
Money Minds debt adviser Paul Flintoft says “we’re seeing a lot of people at the moment who are struggling to make ends meet because they ran up debts on credit cards loans in the last several years. With the downturn in the economy and high unemployment levels, this year is proving to be the tipping point for many – they credit cards just cannot their debt obligations with living costs and this is where we can help.”
The staff at Money Minds have over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry so are used to providing advice and guidance when it comes to helping people make financial decisions. People seeking advice can visit their office on Chapel Street or call their advice line where they can then make an appointment to speak to adviser in person, either at the office or their home.
“What makes us different at Money Minds is we’re open for business Monday to Saturday and we’re open late on a Tuesday evening until 8.30pm. This means we have expertise available for people at all times, with no unnecessary waiting times” says adviser Mike Carter.
The team at Money Minds can be contacted on 0845 308 1420 or you can visit their website at: http://www.moneyminds.co.uk/debt/