Chiltern Debt Management

Chiltern Debt Management
Chiltern Debt Management is part of MoneyPlus Group, one of the largest and most respected debt management companies in the country. If you’re an existing customer of Chiltern you can call us on 0871 222 2283Call from a BT landline are free, however, calls from non BT landlines may vary. Calls from a mobile will be charge, as such it may be cheaper to call us on 0161 837 4501 or contact us using the form on our contact page.

If you’re not an existing customer but are struggling with debt then speak to one of our advisors on 0800 988 2318Call from a BT landline are free, however, calls from non BT landlines may vary. Calls from a mobile will be charge, as such it may be cheaper to call us on 0161 837 4682.

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We are a member of the
Debt Managers Standards Association (DEMSA)

MoneyPlus Group is a founder member of the trade body DEMSA (Debt Managers Standards Association). DEMSA is an organisation founded to monitor and maintain high standards in the Debt Management industry. All members of DEMSA are bound by the terms of the Code of Conduct established by DEMSA.

We recognise there are many choices available which is why we create a personal solution to deal with your particular debt problems as quickly and effectively as possible.

Debt Management Plan Protocol

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In 2013 MoneyPlus were one of the first companies in the UK to demonstrate that our advice, systems and processes met the requisite standard to comply with the Debt Management Plan Protocol. Click here to find out more.

Struggling with debts?

A debt management plan could be the answer.

Are you finding it difficult to meet your monthly payments? A debt management plan might help get your finances back on track. More on DMPs