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    High Income as a Debt Advisor ?
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    • 21st Aug 08, 8:42 PM
    High Income as a Debt Advisor ? 21st Aug 08 at 8:42 PM
    Hi all,

    I have seen an advert in The Sun newspaper to become a debt advisor with national debt advisors.

    After going thru there website I have seen that there is a 3000 fee to become part of there franchise.

    Has anyone had experience with them ? From first impressions it looks very appealing, but is it an ethical career move or the next fly by night franchise rip off ? Could I train to be a debt advisor without having to pay the 3k fee for the one day training course?

    Any feedback or thoughts would be great.

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