When it comes to getting debt advice, we believe in accessibility for all. This is why we have dedicated time and effort into ensuring our website is universally usable in line with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, so you are able to communicate and get information in a way that suits your needs.
- How we can help
- How to get debt advice
- Adjust your text size
- Supported online browsers
- Third party authority
We will do our best to give you the information you need, the way you prefer to receive it. We are guided by our vulnerable client team, who have put procedures in place to make sure you are comfortable at all times.
We don’t believe in pressure, which is why we will only contact you at a time that suits you and our team will speak at your pace. If you want to receive debt advice over time, we can spread this over a few sessions, so it doesn’t feel too overwhelming.
To support our clients who require extra visual support, we can offer information in braille and large print. In addition to this, we can also send information over via email, so this can be read aloud by any software the user may have. We can also help deaf clients or those with hearing loss by communicating over text, email and through the webchat service on our website.
To ensure we offer debt advice in a way that is comfortable for you, we offer a range of contact options. You can get debt advice via:
- Telephone – call us on 0800 280 2816
- Online – fill out a quick form on our website and get free advice
- Live Chat – start a conversation with our live chat agents on our website
To support these communication methods, we recommend using the following resources to help you:
Relay UK – they help people with hearing and speech difficulties communicate with anyone over the phone. You can use them to speak to a PayPlan adviser.
AbilityNet – they support people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals. They can help you use our website in a way that works for you.
Usability Geek – This website has put together a list of 10 free screen readers for blind or visually impaired users. Find your computer’s operating system and see which tool can help you navigate any website.
Your web browser will have settings to allow you to change the size of the text on screen. Follow the commands below for your browser and make our site easier to read.
- For Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer users, hold down the CTRL key and use the + and – signs to zoom in or out
- If you’re using an Android device, you’ll be able to zoom the text on your display using the ‘Accessibility’ page within ‘Settings’
- For Apple iOS users, you can increase the text size on your device by going to ‘Settings’, then ‘General’, followed by ‘Accessibility’
We want you to have the best possible experience on our website, which is why we make sure you can get all the information you need when visiting us on the leading internet browsers. Whether you visit us on desktop, mobile or table, you can expect the best experience using:
Anybody who wishes to get debt advice or browse our website will be able to do so with the support of a trusted nominee. If you require assistance when it comes to debt support, we can communicate with a third party nominated to act on your behalf or legally through a Power of Attorney (POA).
PayPlan must ensure that General Data Protection Legislation is followed at all times, by ensuring that we have authority to deal with third parties, and discuss only relevant information with them, as outlined by you, the client.
We’re here to help
Whether you are a new or existing client, we are here to help everybody regardless of any disability. To get debt advice or ask our team any questions, visit our website to start a live chat or call 0800 280 2816.