National Debt Advisors was voted South Africa’s number one debt counselling company in 2020.
We are extremely proud of this achievement. At a time, when global citizens were reeling from the financial impact of Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdowns, we were able to assist South African consumers in getting their debt under control and freeing up much needed cash for everyday living expenses, all whilst protecting consumers assets from repossession.
Debt review (as set out in the National Credit Act) is a viable, credible debt solution for those who are committed to becoming debt free.
The National Credit Regulator (NCR) oversees the entire credit market, which includes all registered debt counsellors, credit providers and payment distribution agencies. Debt counselling is not a fly-by- night industry – and NDA is the best there is in this industry.
We have invested time and money into hardware, software and human capital – so that we may offer our clients the very best service whilst they are under the process of debt review.
We have nearly 400 staff members, who are able to assist South African consumers, irrespective of where they are located in the country.
What we are most proud of, is the number of clients who complete the process of debt review and receive clearance certificates on a daily basis. These people are proof that debt review is a debt solution that delivers the desired results, when done correctly.
Every industry has good and bad practitioners. The debt counselling industry is no exception. At NDA, we firmly believe in our title of being the best debt counselling company in South Africa.
Our commitment, credibility, level of compliance and excellent customer service make us the perfect choice for anyone looking for a debt solution to positively impact their finances and see them become financially free.
National Debt Advisors has the most skilled registered debt counsellors, offering the best debt review service in South Africa. If you need help with your debt – you are at the right place.
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