Success Stories

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Cathy didn’t think it was possible to achieve financial freedom

Financial Snapshot: Cathy owed $58,091 Debt Cutter reduced her payable debt by $5,091 Our solution saved her an estimated $112,577.41 in interest alone Cathy will pay off her debts 11 years sooner Total saved = $117,688.41 “Before going into a Debt Agreement, I was...

After a marriage breakdown things were looking bleak for Julian

Financial Snapshot: Julian owed $67,958.00 Debt Cutter reduced his payable debt to $66,300.00 Our solution saved his an estimated $77,083.00 in interest alone Julian will pay off his debts 5 years’ sooner Total saved = $78,741.00 Life was cruising along very nicely...

With debt piling up Marlene was struggling to cope

Marlene’s financial snapshot: Marlene owed $49,955 Our solution saved Marlene an estimated $71,767.84 in interest alone Marlene will pay off her debts 6.5 years earlier Total saved = $73,622.84 The day I contacted Debt Cutter was to me the most important life changing...

Leonard saved the family home by calling debt cutter

About 5 years ago I was working away earning good money my wife also had a good paying job, we had four children. We finally brought our dream home, a small farm about an hour and a half from Perth. 18 months later our world turned upside down when we found out that...

A workplace injury left Cassandra deep financial difficulty

“I am Kiwi and arrived in Australia on a special category visa. Which means that if I lose my job I don’t qualify for any Australian Pensions. So when I lost my job due to injury things just got out of control. I had never been in debt before but with no money coming...

Family illness saw Errol’s credit card debt balloon.

ERROL was 24 when his Grandfather became ill and he had to fly to Britain. “I couldn’t get more than four weeks’ leave and I ended up being there for a year. There was no one to look after him and I was trying to help out,” said Errol. Unable to obtain employment...

Cathy and Peter were in their 50s when things turned bad.

Cathy and husband Peter were a working couple in their 50s when things turned bad. Cathy was in two awful car accidents, 18 months apart, and because she had a pre-existing condition, there was no insurance payment. There were just medical bills for 18 months. “I...

Lucy fell into the Credit Card trap.

"I fell into the Credit Card trap, it was just too easy to keep buying stuff on the credit cards. I was just hopeless when it comes to budgeting. The credit card interest just seemed to keep going up. I thought I would tackle it by switching credit cards and...

Laurita needed help after dealing with long term illness.

"I had always had no trouble working, but due to ill-health I had been put on the Disability Pension, I then had an operation which allowed me to go back to work and thought there would be no more problems. But during the next two years, my health continued to...

Maree was drowning in debt after a relationship breakdown.

“After a relationship breakdown which left me with all the bills & rent that was too high for just me. I was drowning in debt. I was using credit cards to pay credit cards. Using credit cards to buy food. It was a never ending roundabout with no way out. Until a...

Sue was stuck in a vicious cycle of mounting credit card debt.

"About 10 years ago due to circumstances I had to change my job. The new job didn't pay as we'll so I came to rely on my Credit Cards. Initially I paid it all off when due but slowly this didn't happen and the interest kept piling on. I even increased the limit at...