You can phone Citizens Advice on this number: 03454 04 05 06. They are just an independent charity but try to help with debts, immigration and all matters that the government fails on – phone them for advice over the phone or to book an appointment.
Conveniently the government often sends you there when they don’t want to take responsibility for the outcome of a complex human rights issue you may be faced with – contact them to learn more about how they can help you.
If you have no credit, too bad, the Citizens Advice Bureau doesn’t offer a freephone contact number. Try their web chat based assistance service service instead: www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/contact-us/web-chat-service/
The Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) – now branded simply as Citizens Advice – is one charity amongst several whose function is to offer British citizens with advice concerning money, legal rights and other problems in life.
The Citizens Advice Bureau began life in the wake of a 1924 Parliament report which found that ordinary UK citizens required information to help with their problems and worries. Initially beginning as a state-financed series of outlets, the organisation would over decades become vital as ordinary people struggled to negotiate with shortages of housing and inadequate public services.
Now allegedly independent, Citizens Advice continues to see huge demand thanks to contemporary issues facing Britain, such as the personal debt burden and government benefits shakeup.