We take your financial concerns seriously. Learn more about our financial hardship and customer assistance programs. Keystart can support you when you need it most.
At Keystart we understand that sometimes life can be difficult. A significant change in your income or your relationship, an illness or an emergency scenario like the Perth bushfires and the COVID-19 pandemic can impact your ability to make your loan repayments for a period of time. At these times, Keystart is here to help you.
Our thoughts are with anyone impacted by Cyclone Ilsa. As a Keystart customer, if you have been directly impacted by this or another natural disaster, you can apply for financial hardship assistance or call us. Stay safe.
Our financial hardship assistance program has helped lots of customers through difficult times. There are a number of ways we can assist, including temporarily reducing or even deferring your loan repayments, capitalisation of existing arrears, or restructuring your loan contract. We look at every situation on a case-by-case basis. That means we do an assessment of your individual circumstances and needs.
If you would like to discuss your situation and options, complete our financial hardship application form to get started.
Discussing your options early gives you more time and knowledge to make your decisions. We have a dedicated team here to help.
If you're experiencing difficulty meeting your loan repayments due to the impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19), please get in touch or complete the financial hardship application form as soon as possible. If you're receiving hardship assistance which is due to expire, you can apply for an extension using this form.
Keystart is pleased to offer eligible customers a unique financial coaching service provided by our partner the Financial Wellbeing Collective. This service is designed to support you if you have some financial concerns and want to build your money management skills. Financial coaching is a one-on-one coaching service to help people set financial goals and learn ways to achieve them. Coaching may build your financial wellness and resilience. A financial coach aims to support and guide you as you develop your financial skills.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties, you may be interested in free financial counselling. This service is offered by qualified, professional financial counsellors who can assist with independent and confidential support.
The Financial Wellbeing Collective is a collaboration of not-for-profit community service organisations and local government who provide a range of the integrated and person-centred services, with the aim of reducing the drivers and impacts of financial hardship in the Western Australian community. They can help
If you are seeking the assistance of a financial counsellor, you can contact the Financial Counsellors Association of WA.
In partnership with Relationships Australia (WA), we're pleased to offer a free service created to support customers facing difficulties. You can speak with a professionally trained counsellor who will help you to identify, understand and gain new perspectives on a range of issues that may be concerning you. The service can help to resolve difficulties in a supportive, respectful and confidential environment.
We can provide our customers with up to five free sessions with a Relationships Australia counsellor. Matters discussed may include:
Get in touch on 1300 578 278 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how to set up a confidential appointment.
Relationships Australia also offers a range of online workshops and courses. To see what's coming up, click the below link.