Stop pressure from sheriff officers with government regulated debt help
Living with debt is stressful but when you start to get visits from people who can take your possessions away, it’s time to act fast.
No one wants to admit they’re strapped for cash but burying your head in the sand when it comes to your debt just isn’t an option.
The moment a Sheriff Officer knocks on your door is the moment when it’s too late to seek advice and stop enforcement. That’s why it’s important to act as soon as possible and address your problem head on to avoid losing control.
There is tried, tested and regulated debt help that can help stop the letters, calls and visits from the people you owe money to, reduce your monthly payments and could write off up to 90% of what you owe.
Why would a Sheriff Officer visit me?
As soon as you begin to ignore debt you owe, there is the possibility a visit from a Sheriff Officer is just around the corner.
Companies, solicitors, local authorities and government departments hire Sheriff Officers to enforce court orders when a client fails to repay what they owe, known as diligence.
With the correct paperwork they are permitted to enter your home, or force entry if required, in a bid to enforce a court order.
Quite simply, it’s because you have failed to stay on top of priority bills, such as council tax, and action is required to immediately recoup the funds owed.
When facing debt, it’s important to remember the council isn’t your friend. Your local authority doesn’t care if you have mouths to feed or have children to support. If you continually miss payments it will call on the Sheriff Officers to demand payment and could even result in jailtime.
Which type of debt concerns you?
Pay Day Loan
Catalogie & Store Cards
Stop ignoring letters
If you’ve failed to keep on top of priority bills, don’t be surprised when a Sheriff Officer knocks on your door.
There are many reason’s Sheriff Officers visit people’s homes but there’s almost always one fact that’s caused the situation – ignoring letters from the people you owe money to.
Living with debt isn’t easy – after all no one wants to admit they’re strapped for cash – but burying your head isn’t an option.
Debt doesn’t take a day off, no matter how much you wish it would, and you will continue to receive phone calls, letters and eventually visits from Sheriff Officers until you have paid what you owe.
It’s easy to put a dreaded final demand letter in a drawer and forget you ever received it, but the trouble is, that isn’t the end of your problem. In fact, it only makes it worse.
Pressure to repay will continue to mount and the Sheriff Officers will become more determined chase for the payments you owe.
Is debt damaging your health and relationships?
It’s no secret that debt can have a serious impact on your health.
The stress of hiding from your debt but knowing deep down that a visit from the Sheriff Officers is just around the corner can have a bigger impact on your life than just your bank balance.
Increased stress levels will make it more difficult to sleep, make it harder to focus and can lead to mood swings, depression and anger.
Do you feel like you’re withdrawn from those closest to you? Are you snapping at the kids or your partner?
Not only do you deserve to feel like the best version of yourself, free of illness and mental strain, your family and friends deserve the best from you too.
Don’t let debt and Sheriff Officers win – act now
A visit from the Sheriff Officers can be scary and on top of that it can be embarrassing too.
Let’s be honest – you don’t want anyone to know you’re struggling to cover the cost of day-to-day life.
The good news is, there is tried and tested government legislation that can help you wrote off up to 90% of unsecured debt you owe.
A Trust Deed is 100% legal and is already being used by thousands of Scots, just like you, to reduce their monthly payments, stop pressure from the people they owe money to and freeze interest and charges.
Getting back in control couldn’t be easier, speak to an advisor today for free and confidential advice to help you feel like you again.
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