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As a debt management solution in Scotland, the Protected Trust Deed is one of the best known and yet many of the best trust deed companies in Scotland are relevantly unknown.
Released by the Scottish government’s ruling Trust Deed body, the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB), The below protected trust deed statistics show the biggest volume in 2017/18, listed per trust deed company.
While some of these referrals come from word of mouth referrals, Google, social media or by glitzy TV and radio advertisements, many still come from a large network of Trust Deed introducers.
You can navigate to the below list and contact each company listed for free trust deed advice. Note that this is not necessarily an endorsement of these companies, but a quicker way to access these than searching each organisation independently.
You should always research Trust Deed Companies in Scotland thoroughly before choosing which ones you want to be I contact with and there should be no obligation to proceed with any of them.
Never should you feel pressurised to proceed with any Trust Deed company that you choose to get advice from, however as FCA regulated companies, this should thankfully be a minimal occurrence.
Trust Deed Volume
Campbell Wallace Fraser
Wylie & Bisset
Murray Stewart Fraser
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