21 Jan Essex & Suffolk Water wants to help you beat the January blues
Essex & Suffolk Water is urging people to make a New Year’s resolution to make the first move in improving their finances, with the help of a specialist partnership to support debt management and reduction.
Blue Monday, the third Monday of January, is named to recognise the arrival of unpaid credit card bills that might have a higher than normal balance, on top of the existing post-Christmas blues and the cold, dark nights.
Essex & Suffolk Water want all of their customers to have water without the worry by offering a wide range of support for their customers. This also includes support for people who have difficulties with their bills.
The company are committed to helping customers in need, especially this time of year when things can become financially difficult. The partnership between the water company and StepChange debt charity provides a comprehensive programme of help for people to reduce arrears and re-schedule payments to ease debt problems.
StepChange has 25 years’ experience of helping people become debt free. The charity helps 620,000 people every year with debt problems and offer a range of services and solutions to suit every situation.