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If you’re struggling with credit card debt, you’re not alone. Credit card debt levels are on the rise, causing many Australians un-due stress or additional financial difficulties.
The good news is, it’s possible to clear your credit card debt and take back control of your finances. Acting early and seeking advice can help you better manage your financial situation.
Here are some steps that you could take to help start reducing your credit card debt:
The bank can also offer the following solutions to help you reduce your credit card debt:
Our Credit Assistance service is here to help you work through financial difficulties you are experiencing or that you may anticipate. We’ll work with you to find an appropriate solution for your needs and develop a plan to help reduce or clear your debt.
We can help with support during financial hardship. Contact the bank’s hardship officer on (02) 8831 1919 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss what other options we can offer.
Download, print, fill out and return the Credit Assistance application form so we can consider your request. If you provide all the information requested, we will get back to you with a decision on your application within 14 days.
Issued by Teachers Mutual Bank Limited ABN 30 087 650 459 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 238981. The information contained in this page is of general nature only and should not be construed as providing advice to you. Your personal financial circumstances have not been taken into account.