Legally reduce
your debt by up to 81%

The rest of the amount will be divided
into low instalments

I live in Scotland

Scotland has a very friendly and hassle-free system for supporting people in debt and getting their finances back on track. Regardless of the amount of your debt, there is a scheme that will get rid of your debts in as little as five years, or quicker if the debt is not big.


There are three main schemes in Scotland:


Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS) - for debts up to £6,000
Trust Deed - helping debtors with debts over £6,000
Consumer Bankruptcy (Sequestration) - for the most serious cases, with debts over £17,000


To be eligible for either scheme you must meet the following basic conditions:


Have a debt of a certain amount, whether it is paid regularly or not
Have a regular source of income - job, contract, self-employed...
Have lived in the UK for at least 6 months, 12 months in the case of bankruptcy
Your centre of vital interests (COMI) must be in Scotland
You must usually have more than one creditor


If you meet the above conditions and think we can help you - please complete the form below. We will review your case, ask some additional questions and then - we will help.

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UK DEBTBUSTERS PL LTD always maintains due diligence towards clients, their personal data, and does not hold money of indebted persons.

The company carries out its objectives responsibly and carefully towards the entities with which cooperation agreements have been concluded. Therefore, every debtor seeking help, by contacting us, receives full information of the various options that may help such a person to get out of a debt situation. In accordance with your region of residence, within the United Kingdom. We provide verbal and written information in cooperation with a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner or Debt Counsellor about these solutions, in order for the debtor to make the best decision for him.

The final decision is made by the debtor, based on the material provided to them and the advice and consultation from the Licensed Insolvency Practitioner or Debt Counsellor.

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