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Benefits of a Trust Deed?

The team at the Trust Deed Service believes that it is important that everyone considering a Trust Deed is fully informed about any advantages and disadvantages of a Trust Deed. Should you wish to discuss whether a Trust Deed is the right solution for you then please contact the Trust Deed team today on 0800 088 2147

Advantages of a Trust Deed:

  • A Trust Deed is more financially flexible in comparison to bankruptcy.
  • One low monthly payment.
  • A Trust Deed lasts for just 36 months.
  • After 36 months any remaining debt will be written off.
  • You remain in control of your finances.
  • We will deal with your creditors calls and letters on your behalf.
  • Creditors cannot add any further interest, charges or action against you once your Trust Deed has been accepted.
  • You can remain self-employed and hold certain public offices.
  • Information about the Trust Deed will not be published.

The Protected Trust Deed online assessment service is completely confidential and free to
, and if you qualify for a Trust Deed we can help you set it up quickly so you can become debt free. Learn more »

Our team of specialists are here to help answer any of your questions about PTDs. You can call our helpline on 0800 088 2147 or simply the online test to check if you qualify. Find out if you qualify for an IVA


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  does not charge you any fees for our service, however the partners we work with help fund the service. Our partners charge fees and those vary depending on the partner and the debt solution. Customers should refer to our partners' websites for more information regarding their services.

We will pass your details on to one of our debt partners who will contact you and explain all the options available to you. They will then be able to help you set up a debt solution which is right for you.

Debt solutions should not be entered into lightly - they affect your credit rating. Failure to keep up with repayments can result in bankruptcy or legal action. Different debt solutions have different risks attached to them.

The lender is not obliged to accept less in settlement of the debt than they are entitled to; nor to freeze interest or charges. It could result in the total amount payable increasing, or the period over which it is to be repaid increasing. Debt solutions affect credit ratings.

The debt products and solutions offered by our partners depend on your criteria and circumstances, including how much you owe and how many creditors you owe money to. You need to speak to a debt advisor to obtain a full assessment.


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