DFH Financial Solutions

About Us


DFH Financial Solutions (a trading name of Bridgewater Support Solutions Ltd,company number 7556890) is part of a group of companies established in 2006 which specialise in consumer financial solutions and have extensive experience in the field of commercial debt management.


We are UKbased with offices in the centre of Manchester, in an early 20th-century packing and shipping warehouse, now converted to offices. Bridgewater Support Solutions Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for commercial/consumer credit related activities including debt adjusting and debt counselling.


The group has over 100 UK based employees, who are involved in helping people with personalised debt advice, speaking to creditors or providing customer support and service. We are currently helping around 5,500 clients, who trust us to help manage their debts, through bespoke debt management plans.


The DFH Financial Solutions Standards:


  •          We treat everyone that calls DFH Financial Solutions, with the utmost respect, aiming to give the best           possible advice to every caller regardless of their circumstances.
  •          We give clear, confidential debt advice to everyone we speak to, no matter how big or small their debts          are.
  •          We will help people find the most suitable solution for their debt situation.
  •          We invest in the people at DFH Financial Solutions to ensure they meet the highest standards of care and          knowledge to give customers the best possible service.
  •          We comply fully with all the statutory standards, regulations and laws applicable to us.”



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Monday to Thursday 8:30am - 8pm, Fridays 8:30am - 6pm and Saturdays 9am - 1pm

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