I’m available to appear as a guest/expert for broadcast media, or to provide articles, interviews or quotes for print/online publications. I am happy to talk to journalists researching debt topics. Please do get in touch.
Recent work includes:
Quoted in BBC: Payday lender tops banking complaints table
Victoria Derbyshire show, discussing what customers with Wonga loans should do
Sun – suggests Wonga complaints are made using Debt Camel template letter
C4 News – interviewed on Wonga
Radio 5’s Wake Up To Money, talking about the news that Wonga may be going into administration.
Quoted in the Times: Hard luck, amigo: loan guarantors find that friendship carries a high price
Radio 4’s MoneyBox, talking about the FCA’s recent reports on High Cost Credit
Article in The Gazette: Why GDPR is a good thing for consumers
Quoted in the Sun: ‘Senseless’ housing policy of offering unfurnished council homes is fuelling high-cost credit rip-off, warns finance watchdog
Article in Credit Strategy: The case for a central database of credit records
Radio 4’s MoneyBox, talking about the DWP’s changes to Support for Mortgage Interest
Quoted in the Sun: The Sun launches campaign to stop millions of families falling prey to doorstep and legal high street loan sharks
Quoted in the iNews: 12 simple ways women can have a bit more money in 2018
Quoted in the Observer: Government urged to give those with debt problems a year’s grace
Featured in Moneywise: The top 10 money bloggers’ guide to making and saving money in 2017
Quoted in the iNews: Joint bank accounts ‘on the way out’ as new banking rules come in this weekend
Article in Credit Strategy: The debt advice sector needs to wake up to Open Banking
Article in Moneywise: Give something back this Christmas: Take the foodbank Advent challenge
Quoted in Credit Strategy: Early Exit Loans for People in IVAs – Who Benefits?
Quoted in the FT: Provident Financial seeks stability after revamp brings chaos where a Debt Camel reader’s refund from Vanquis was discussed.
Quoted in the Observer: Debt bubble returns millions to days of 2008 crash