The National Credit Regulator (NCR) is a statutory entity that was established following the enactment into law of the National Credit Act (NCA) 34 of 2005 with the main aim of regulating the credit industry. The National Credit Regulator is independent from the government.
The National Credit Regulator is mainly tasked to do the following:
Our debt counselors at Debt Sage are registered by the NCR and we are helping thousands of over-indebted consumers get out of debt. Find out if you qualify for debt counselling.
NCR Debt Counsellors are accountable to the consumer and are held by the standards of the National Credit Regulator. It is very important for a consumer to make sure that the Debt Counsellor is registered by the NCR before signing up for debt review. A consumer can verify this by visiting the NCR website to check the Debt Counsellor's registration on the NCR website. You will need to have the debt counsellor's NCR registration number to be able to do this. To obtain Debt Sage’s National Credit Regulator number, you can request by filling in our contact form or chatting to one of our agents on LiveChat.