Financial hardship can have many causes.
Sudden unemployment, a divorce or other personal drawbacks. At this, an incomplete overview of current spendings, excessive high loans, but also a company bankruptcy could lead to payment arrears, and eventually to (problematic) debts.
coeo Incasso is happy to help you.
An increasing amount of letters from collection agencies and bailiffs, a recurrent lack of money to pay fixed costs and all kinds of other problems. These often lead to incredible psychological stress. It is sometimes just too much to solve it all by yourself. It is therefore important that you get the help you need. coeo Incasso has experienced staff at hand to help you. coeo Incasso is the mediator between you and your creditor(s).
Set up a repayment plan
A first important step to get you out of debt is by stimulating your independence. You can do so by consulting tips and aids. At the website of www.allesovercenten.be and www.eerstehulpbijschulden.be, you can find a lot of information about debts. Furthermore, you could also consult a neighbourhood team and/or municipal helpdesk.
Help from your municipality
Most municipalities in the Netherlands and Belgium have their own helpdesk for help on the area of money and debts. Your municipality can help you if you would like advice about financial matters, so also if you are not in debt or just find it hard to get control over your financial matters. Please contact your own municipality for this.
When you live in Belgium and need help regarding (problematic) debts, please consult OCMW in your municipality (Please note: In FR this is called CPAS). They can help you get control over your debts. They can also provide guidance in agreeing on payment arrangements and they can assist you and act as mediator between you and your creditor(s).
Support Center for the Debt Mediation Services of the Brussels-Capital Region
On the website of www.mediationdedettes.be you will find a list of the debt mediation services (Brussels-Capital Region).
Do you live in the Netherlands? You can read more information about debt relief in the Netherlands on our website.