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The National Credit Regulator (NCR) was established following the enactment into law of the National Credit Act, Act No. 34 of 2005 to ensure enforcement of the Act.

What is the role of the National Credit Regulator?

The National Credit Regulator (NCR) was established following the enactment into law of the National Credit Act, Act No. 34 of 2005 to ensure enforcement of the Act.

The National Credit Regulator has to register credit providers, credit bureaus and debt counsellors and monitor the conduct of these parties.The NCR educates and creates awareness of the protection which the Act offers. Furthermore, the NCR enforces the Act and take action against contravening institutions.

Debt counsellors employed by Debt Sage have several years of working experience in the field of financial investment and research and understand personal finance management. The debt counsellors are registered by the National Credit Regulator. The debt counsellors and consultants are well-trained and put the consumer first.

How do consumers get assistance?

Consumers can approach the NCR for advice or assistance on any transaction falling under the National Credit Act.

How to contact the National Credit Regulator?

Telephone: 0860 627 627

Email: info@ncr.org.za

Website: www.ncr.org.za

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