Turning pain into gain

By Staff Writer
Turning pain into gain

By Malose Monama
From Fin24

It's high season for debt collectors, auctioneers and other insolvency merchants as businesses fail and overindebted consumers stumble on their financial commitments, thanks to the tough economic cycle.

Justmoney.co.za says:

The credit crunch has come and you should check your financial health, work out your budget and consolidate your debt, take out a personal loan or get your self a debt manager. Times are tough and looking tougher.

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