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Scot Call Protected Trust Deed

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I entered into a trust deed in June 2007 and it soon became protected (Invocas) I paid all payments and my last payment was june 2010 this year. I'm still waiting for an correspondence or discharge letters from the Trustdee,

 

After intial teething problems with Creditors still harassing for money, they eventually stopped and let me pay off the trust deed in peace. However this week 3mos after my final payment came off, i recieve a letter from Scot Call in red ink saying pay off X debt (one of the orginal creditors has sold debt on during course of trust deed) or door knockers will come.

 

Its the first debt letter i have received in almost 3 years. What do i tell these guys or how do i deal with it. My wife was upset when i received the letter, i had assured her that our debts and the problems that arise were over :sad:

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It may be an idea to go on to the Edinburgh Gazette website (link below) and print off details of your Trust Deed. you could then send it with a covering letter to Scot Call to confirm that you are not liable for this debt.

 

http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/

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you should contact your trustee and request a copy of discharge so you can send it on to them unless was scot call apart of the trust deed? if so then report them to trading standards as they are aware of the PTD


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