Are you looking for Scottish Trust Deed
Bank accounts for anyone in a Scottish Trust Deed
A Scottish Trust Deed is a formal agreement between you and any of your creditors where you agree to pay back your debts with what you can afford over a 36 month period.
If you pay the agreed set amount per month for the 36 month period your creditors are legally obliged to write off any remaining debts, so they can be a very useful way of clearing any unaffordable debts.
The problem you may have is that if one of your creditors is the bank that you have an account with, then you may need to change accounts as any money paid in might be withheld and set against your outstanding money owed.
If this is the case you may then struggle to open an account with another high street bank as they will be able to see for your credit file that you have some financial problems which could severely restrict your money management, as without a bank account many employers will not be able to pay you.
Scottish Trust Deed Bank Accounts - Click Here to Apply
So if you are in a Scottish Trust Deed and need a Bank Account, what are your options?
If you find yourself in a Scottish Trust Deed then your options for a bank account are not limited as there are other options now available without the need of a credit check, meaning any past credit problems will not affect your application.
Guaranteed Bank Accounts for this win a Scottish Trust Deed
We have available a Guaranteed bank account for anyone in a Scottish Trust Deed as long as you can identify yourself, so even those with a severe debt problem can still apply and be sure to be accepted.
The main features of Scottish Trust Deed Bank Accounts include the following:
- Internet Banking
- MasterCard Debit card
- Phone Banking
- SMS Service
- NO OVERDRAFT CHARGES
- UK Call centre
- PLUS MANY MORE FEATURES
So if you need a Scotttish Trust Deed bank account and have been declined by any of the high street providers, we will be able to assist you with a guaranteed* new account.
If you have any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply by Clicking Here - Alternatively please call 020 3286 3929 and speak to one of our advisers.
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