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TDA (Debt Adviser)
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Posted - 03 September 2020 :  15:46:11  Show Profile
Welcome to the Scottish debt advice forum.

You can use this trust deed forum to ask questions about dealing with debt in Scotland. We provide information and feedback about all of the standard debt solutions.

Experts from a panel of Scottish debt solutions firms (and people with their own valuable personal experience) will respond to your questions.

1 - To register to contribute in this forum click "Register" above and follow the instructions that follow.

2 - When you complete the registration process you'll get an email with an activation link. Click the link and your registration will be complete. You can now contribute within the forum.

3 - To start your own new forum thread make sure you're logged in and then click the words "New Topic" (you can see this at the top or the bottom of the page).

4 - To reply to another topic, click into the topic and click "Reply to Topic" (which you'll also find towards the top or the bottom of the page).

5 - If you want to keep an eye on a forum thread click "Subscribe to Topic" and you'll get an email notification whenever someone adds a reply.

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Edited by - TDA (Debt Adviser) on 29 April 2022 09:28:11
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