Welcome to our new blog 

 

Our new blog is here to share our experience and knowledge of debt and how it works, to help keep you informed and in control. 

“What’s a default, and how does it affect me?”

“Do Lowell really not charge interest, and if you don’t then how do you make money?”

“If I complete your budget calculator will I be forced to pay the amount I have left over?”

“How does that new online feature work, and how can I use it to my advantage?”

These are all questions we hear regularly from our customers.

Very few people know much about how to deal with debt until they absolutely must.  When you do it can be scary, confusing and unclear, which can make it difficult to understand what to do next.  

We get that, and we want to help put you in control of your finances. We believe that the more you know about debt and how it works, the easier it is for you to make the right decisions for you and your situation.  

And so, this new blog will be where we share our knowledge and experience on all things debt and Lowell-related.

This space will now be here to update you on new online features to help you manage your Lowell account yourself; explain things like credit files and debt management companies; clear up a few common misconceptions about debt, and show you how we actually work with thousands of customers every day.

There’s lots of interesting and handy content on the way, so make sure you keep an eye on our blog page for our next article, coming soon.

By Neil Costello on 31 July 2020

 

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