Tackling your debt problems is much more advisable than ignoring them. Not facing up to the situation will give you sleepless nights and constant worry – and it will end up costing you more. Once people have taken action to deal with the debt by turning to Trust Deed Scotland for advice, they say they feel enormous relief. The not-for-profit community interest debt advice firm can help you consolidate your loans into a single monthly affordable payment. If you have debts of more than £5,000 and are finding it difficult a trust deed – a legal agreement with your creditors to clear off your debt – could help you get back into the black. More than 15,000 Scots who were struggling to repay loans are now on their way to being debt free after turning to Trust Deed Scotland for help. But more than half of the firm’s clients wait a year or more before they take steps to sort out their debt problems. That’s a year’s worth of unnecessary worry. Amanda Hendry from Trust Deed Scotland said: “We understand that being in debt can be stressful. If you’re struggling to deal with your debts, it can be really difficult… Read full this story
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