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Caught in the debt trap?

Apr 17 2014 07:43
HELP us help you by completing our second annual Debt Issue survey and stand a chance of winning R3 000 in cash - which can be used towards paying off your debt.

The aim of the survey is to gain knowledge of South Africans' debt situation, so that we can provide you with the tools and articles you need to effectively manage your debt.

Last year the survey attracted an unprecedented 30 000 responses and painted a picture of a population that is experiencing quite a bit of financial stress, with many not coping well at all.

Because of  these insights and by  popular demand, we will roll out our second Debt Issue on April 29.

Help empower fellow South Africans by adding your voice in sharing your debt  experiences, debt-busting tips and insights.

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