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Eurodebt to exhibit at Mortgage Expo

Debt management provider, EuroDebt Financial Services will be exhibiting at this year’s London Mortgage Business Expo.

Kevin Still, director of EuroDebt, says: “As inflation rose to 4.7% in August, compared to targets set out by the government of just 2%, it’s clear that increasing numbers of consumers are struggling to cope with a soaring cost of living and spiraling debts.

“This, in turn places increased pressure on the mortgage brokers trying to help them. They need to be able to offer a solution that doesn’t put the client’s home or job at risk – and they need to find a way to maintain on-going contact with clients.”

Every broker who signs up to the EuroDebt Introducer Scheme gets an introducer reference and the option to have a co-branded referral website, which can link from their own website or stand-alone.

Still adds: “The opportunity to capitalise on EuroDebt’s investment in a unique marketing support toolkit will be offered to brokers who sign up to the company’s Introducer Scheme at Mortgage Business Expo.

“The first 10 names, drawn at random from all those registered at the show, will receive a free copy of the EuroDebt Marketing Support CD-Rom worth £200.

“In addition, a Nintendo Wii Fit will be awarded to the first name drawn out of the hat from all brokers who submit their details on the EuroDebt stand.”

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