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Regional Customer Accounts Manager

Sarah leads a team of Account Managers, Advisors and New Customer Advisors who provide an effective income collection, debt recovery and income maximisation service, supporting customers who may be struggling with money, while maximising Curo’s rental income.

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Thinking about saving?

Check out ‘Help to Save’ Help to Save is a type of savings account. It allows certain people on a low income entitled to Working Tax Credit or receiving Universal Credit to get a bonus of 50p for every £1 they save over 4 years (check here to see if you are eligible). Help to Save is backed by the government so all savings in the scheme are secure. What’s not to like with money fo…

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Buy now pay later?

As I always say, ’if it sounds too good to be true it probably is!’ Warning: ‘buy-now-pay later’ is one of the fastest growing forms of borrowing and it’s getting people into debt. When customers have a problem there is no ombudsman to go to; this is because it is unregulated. The buy-now-pay-later offer is to spread the cost of your spending, but you still have to pay it back eventu…

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Rent worries? Help is here!

Here at Curo we know and understand that some of our customers are having difficulty paying their rent in theses uncertain times. Our message to you is, we're here to help. Please don’t put off getting in touch - pick up the phone or email us at customeraccountshelp@curo-group.co.uk with your query. We've already helped hundreds of our customers in the following ways: Hel…

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Pension Credit changes for couples

In May the way couples can claim Pension Credit changes. Until 14 May 2019, Pension Credit can be claimed as long as one of the couple is of pension credit age. From 14th both people will need to be of pension age. If you think this could affect you, read on...

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Start saving money and energy this Fuel Poverty Awareness Day

Not enough money to heat your home? Not sure how to save energy and cut down costs? Curo Money Advisor Sarah Rogers shares her money-saving tips for anyone on a low income and struggling with energy bills. Being energy efficient not only helps the environment, it will put more money in your pocket...

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Don't drown in water bills

Did you know households in the UK use an average of 330 litres of water each day? About 15% of a typical gas-heated household's heating bill is from heating water or showers, baths and hot water from the tap. This costs on average about £80 a year. If you’re on a water meter, saving water can reduce your water bill and reduce your energy use and bills, putting more money in your pocket.

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