Richard launched the site after encountering many people who were finding it difficult to cope alone with the debt crises
Surviving the Credit Crunch launched in Jan 2009 offers FREE help and advice to those struggling with the effects of the global credit crunch. The site, designed and managed by TV’s financial debt busting expert Richard Fenton, aims to help over 10 Million people in its first year alone!
The site deals with a range of issues, from coping with debt and persistent creditors, to saving thousands of pounds every year by advising people how to manage their finances and ultimately reduce their debt burden.
Richard launched the site after encountering many people who were finding it difficult to cope alone with the debt crises, “we felt that there was a need for an independent source of free help and advice for those struggling with their finances” said Richard at the launch earlier this year. Richard also presents a show on Channel M providing financial advice to the shows viewers each Wednesday on Manchester’s premier breakfast show.
The website has over 5000 visitors every month and aims to reach in excess of 10 million by 2010 as word spreads. The site already receives a wealth of praise from the banking and services industry as well as many consumer forums alike.
The latest project on the site expects to save the UK a total of £10 million in six months by showing people how to get the most from their cash. Each week a new stream of advice will be posted to the site for people to follow, they can then register their savings with the site, so far we have achieved over £250,000.00 in three weeks.
Rally round and help the UK by spreading the word about our site. Richard is available for comment at short notice and is happy to do promotional work for TV or Radio.
The credit crunch doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom, the economy will rise again, and by following Richard’s advice, the journey will run smoother.
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