MoneyPlus, one of the largest and most trusted providers of regulated debt advice in the country, has appointed Red Havas UK as its PR agency following a competitive pitch.
MoneyPlus, based in Manchester, provides debt advice on a full range of debt solutions and is “committed to working with the financial regulator to ensure the best possible outcomes for consumers.” It is committed to making sure that those who need debt advice, are always aware of the range of solutions available to them.
Red Havas UK will be delivering a PR programme that will support the brand’s ambitions to increase awareness of regulated debt advice and the importance of seeking help from an organisation who can advise on all debt solutions.
With increased PR support, MoneyPlus hopes to empower more consumers to take control of problem debt, and ensure that they are better protected in their search for debt support.
Red Havas North MD Nigel Hughes said: “We’re really excited about what’s to come in our new partnership with MoneyPlus. The onboarding process with them has been eye opening. Seeing firsthand the care and attention that goes into each stage of the advice process, and beyond into solution management as well, really demonstrates their commitment to supporting people with unmanageable debts.
“It’s also clear that there are regulatory changes that need to happen to keep consumers safe in their search for debt help and aware of a full range of options to explore. Watch this space as we work with them to make sure these regulatory changes happen.”
MoneyPlus CEO Chris Davis added: “We’re pleased to be working with the team at Red Havas UK. They delivered a strategy at pitch stage which hit the nail on the head and showed they’d spent time as a team getting under the skin of our industry and brand. We’re confident we’ve selected the right agency to help us shape the landscape for better debt services and get the right help to people who need it.”
Money Plus expects to give debt advice to over 14,000 people over the course of 2023, and says that it has successfully fought for £1,042,722 of unmanageable debt to be written off to date.