Credit-crunch advice at Exmouth Tesco
PEOPLE feeling the pinch in what has been described the worst recession for decades can gain financial advice at an Exmouth Tesco supermarket. John Graver, from the Christians Against Poverty charity, will carry out a question and session at the supermark
PEOPLE feeling the pinch in what has been described the worst recession for decades can gain financial advice at an Exmouth Tesco supermarket.
John Graver, from the Christians Against Poverty charity, will carry out a question and session at the supermarket in Salterton Road on Saturday, September 19.
The charity opened a dedicated debt counselling centre in Exmouth last March.
John said: "Debt is an increasing problem in our society but individuals can receive the help and support they need, whatever their age or living arrangements, through Christians Against Poverty's work.
"Being in debt is nothing to be ashamed of and I know we can work together to provide a lasting solution."
The charity's Exmouth centre supports a person in every generation from teenagers to retired people.
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John added: "As a result of seeking help from CAP, people in all sorts of situations have experienced a dramatic turnaround.
"When clients approach us, they often report feeling trapped by debt, as it drastically affects the way they live.
"Some people live in fear of the postman or baliffs and are skipping meals in order to pay creditors."
For more information on Christians Against Poverty, visit the following website address at: www.capuk.org or call 0800 3280006.