Worzel Gummidge wrote:I think someone is missing the point here.
Many people give advice without any formal qualifications, I worked at the CAB for a while (as did Sheila incidentally) and few of us had formal qualifications. We sat through training courses etc but there were no diploma issued. In 99% of cases there is no need to engage in litigation, most matters arising from enforcment issues have remedies available that do not require it.
We have to look at background and like it or not, she has spent a lot of time in the higher echelons of enforcment and worked with some of the top people, all of whom respect here advice and input.
But all this is bye the way.
The first rule of debt advice is a little like the Hippocratic oath, "do no harm". The advice given on BHF does, and they do not seem to care, as long as it raises a few quid.
Oh please-We've gone through all this 10 times already.
Where is your evidence of this?