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GLASGOW, SCOTLAND , April 08, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- That's the belief of leading debt advisors Scotland's Trust Deed who say that growing numbers of Scots are resolving their poor financial situation by signing up to the increasingly popular scheme.
Indeed, last year more than 2,230 debt repayment programmes were arranged and more than 1,500 were completed by Scots.
A spokesman for Scotland's Trust Deed said: "The big attraction for the debt arrangement scheme, which is backed by the Scottish government, is that the debt's fees, interest and charges are frozen when the scheme is in place.
"For those who own their home then it's safe from their creditors taking action as a long as they keep up payments under the agreement."
A debt arrangement scheme will enable Scots to repay their debts
Another big attraction for people in Scotland who are struggling financially is that a debt arrangement scheme will enable Scots to repay their debts at an amount they can afford to repay.
However, it's important that anyone living in Scotland who is interested in learning more about the DAS does so with a reputable organisation or firm.
Scotland's Trust Deed is aware there are unscrupulous operators taking advantage of people desperate for financial advice and with just one phone call someone in Scotland who is struggling with their debts could learn more about the debt arrangement scheme and other solutions.
That's because there is a team of experienced debt advisers working at Scotland's Trust Deed who can give impartial help and advice so that people who are in debt can decide which is the best course of action to take for better financial health.
For more help and information about trust deeds, the debt arrangement scheme and other debt solutions for those living in Scotland, then contact the debt advisers at Scotland's Trust Deed on 0141 297 1178.
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