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Write off up to 90% of your debt

Government Approved debt relief scheme may allow you to write off your unaffordable debts and avoid bankruptcy.

Check if you qualify

We’re here for you.

We work with some of the UK’s leading debt partners, and can offer you a debt solution to help you write off your unaffordable debt.

Write off up to 90%* of your total debt.
Minimise or stop threatening collection calls.
Become debt free in up to five years.
Consolidate bills into one low payment.

So, how does it work?

We can help write off unaffordable debt through a Trust Deed. A Trust Deed is an agreement between you and your unsecured creditors, which allows you to repay only what you can reasonably afford over a fixed period of time.

  • In a government approved Trust Deed, a single, affordable monthly payment is agreed upon. This is then divided between the unsecured creditors included within the arrangement.

  • These payments are usually made for five years.

  • At the end of a Trust Deed, the balance of any debts included within the Trust Deed is written off, and during its course, all interest and fees are frozen.

Just think, no more:

Nasty phone calls from creditors
Borrowing money from friends and family
Payday loans you have to keep rolling over
Dreading bills because you know you can’t pay
Running out of money within days of being paid
Having your cards declined at the till
Paying hefty charges for being overdrawn
Pretending everything is ok when it’s not!

Here’s an example of how we can help.

Example of unsecured debts.

  • Personal Loan

    £11,152

  • Personal Loan

    £2,226

  • Other Loan

    £302

  • Credit Card

    £2,395

  • Credit Card

    £648

  • Payday Loan

    £1,408

  • Council Arrears

    £172

  • Total amount owed:

    £18,303

Customer monthly repayments before and after taking an IVA.

Reduced by 80%

Monthly payments are based on individual financial circumstances

Write off most types of debt, including…

  • Credit Cards

  • Store Cards

  • Payday Loans

  • Overdrafts

  • Personal Loans

  • Lines of Credit

  • Business Debt

  • Catalogues