Wonga is assessing ‘all options regarding the future of the group’. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian

If payday lender Wonga collapses what will it mean for customers? The Guardian | Scottish Trust Deed Info | Free Debt Help Scotland

If payday lender Wonga collapses what will it mean for customers? Your rights explained over loans and compensation claims as the firm assesses its options Britain’s biggest payday lender, Wonga, is teetering on the brink of collapsefollowing a surge of customer compensation claims in recent weeks that could cause it to call Read more…

People aged 25-34 are three times more likey than those over 55 to use credit to pay for essential purchases such as food CREDIT: CHRIS RATCLIFFE/BLOOMBERG

Young people owe five times more than older consumers, as unsecured debt mounts | www.telegraph.co.uk | Scottish Trust Deed Info | Free Debt Help Scotland

Young people owe five times more than older consumers, as unsecured debt mounts Younger borrowers hold five times the unsecured debt of their older counterparts, and are three times more concerned about their ability to repay their debts, analysis has revealed. Unsecured borrowing, which refers to loans that are not backed by Read more…

“Universal Credit hands power to abusers, MPs say” – BBC.CO.UK | Scottish Trust Deed Info | Free Debt Help Scotland

Welfare payments are turning the clock back to the 1950s and allowing abusers to control family finances, MPs say. Under Universal Credit, payments are made to one person per household, often leaving abuse victims and their children dependent, a report by the Work and Pensions Committee said. One abuse survivor said she Read more…

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“Households spent £900 more than they earned in 2017 marking the first time in THIRTY years the country has had more going out than coming in” | Dailymail.co.uk | Scottish Trust Deed Info | Free Debt Help Scotland

“Households spent £900 more than they earned in 2017 marking the first time in THIRTY years the country has had more going out than coming in” | Dailymail.co.uk | Scottish Trust Deed Info | Free Debt Help Scotland Households spent an average of £900 more than they earned in 2017, Read more…

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Worried about paying off debts when expecting or recently had a new born child? | Free Debt Help | Scottish Trust Deed

Do you find yourself in a situation where you are expecting a baby on the way & having to deal with the stress of dealing with debts or struggling financially?   With the cost of a Scot’s child costing on average £84,000 until they are 11 years old (reported by www.scotsman.com – https://www.scotsman.com/business/cost-of-raising-scots-child-to-age-11-now-84k-1-3905054), Read more…