Treasury unveils two months free of hassle from creditors with interest and fees frozen to help control finances
People struggling with serious debt are to benefit from a new two-month “breathing space” during which they cannot be hassled by debt collectors and bailiffs, the government has said.
During the 60-day period, those eligible will be protected from enforcement action from creditors, and will also see their interest, fees and charges frozen.
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