John is based in our Glasgow office and is regularly helping people in Paisley and surrounding areas become debt-free. He has vast experience and expertise advising people on the best debt management solutions that suit their needs. You can contact John today and arrange a free consultation in the Paisley region.
Individuals in Paisley needn’t struggle alone with escalating debts. It’s important to recognise that help is at hand through a number of different means, including Renfrewshire Council (0300 300 1238) who can provide general advice, and specialist debt-help firms such as Scotland Debt Solutions who help thousands of Scots get out of debt every year.
If you have individual money problems and have decided it’s time to take action, you’re in the right place. From our nearest office in Glasgow, the very short journey west to Paisley is one that our advisors regularly make to help individuals across Glasgow City, Renfrewshire and surrounding areas.
Whether you’ve overspent on credit cards in the Piazza or The Paisley Shopping Centre, or whether you’ve simply suffered from bad luck and found yourself in financial trouble, it’s crucial to realise that there are numerous reasons why people find themselves in debt and you must put aside whatever emotions you are feeling and start taking action.
We have seen all kinds of personal debt situations over 25 years and can provide specialist advice on solutions that might be available to you such as Trust Deeds, Debt Arrangement Schemes (DAS) and Sequestration. These are common insolvency procedures for individuals in Scotland and we can talk you through them whilst analysing your debts and income levels to work out which route to take.
To find out more on how to secure a debt-free future, contact our specialist debt advice team at Scotland Debt Solutions. Put an end to running from creditors and ignoring letters through your door by tackling your debt issues head-on and having a massive weight lifted off your shoulder. Our team are helping people in Paisley today – contact us on 0800 063 9250 for confidential advice.
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Four years ago I had bailiffs at my door and my landlord wanted me out on the streets. I had my head in the sand and just buried myself away from bad news, meaning I ignored creditors and my debts kept escalating with late fees, surcharges and penalties. A friend told me about Scotland Debt Solutions and within two weeks I was getting my life back on track.
I am now debt-free and thanks to an upturn in my credit score I now have my own home - something I couldn't have envisaged four years ago.
I had pre-conceptions about going bankrupt and thought it would be the worst possible thing that could happen, but entering into a bankruptcy (sequestration) procedure with Scotland Debt Solutions has proved to be a massive turning point for me. I paid off some of my debts through a structured repayment plan and the rest were written off.
Within 12 months I was discharged from sequestration and able to start moving on with my life and building my credit score again.