Get Out Of Debt
  • Write off unaffordable debts
  • Lower your monthly payments
  • Stop creditors from contacting you
  • Check My Debt Options

How Can I Get Out of Debt?

With a simple legislated debt solution you can consolidate all your debts into one lower, affordable monthly repayment. Make one set payment per month for a set period, and after the period expires any remaining debts left are legally written off. This can be up to 90% depending on your circumstances.

Shield Debt Solutons Ltd

Have you been visited recently by Shield Debt Solutons Ltd? Have they sent you some correspondence?

Shield Debt Solutons Ltd are bailiffs who are authorised by Kingston-upon-Hull Combined Court Centre to collect outstanding debts.

If you’ve been visited recently by this bailiff, or if they’ve dropped of a card – Contact us immediately! We will provide you with independent, private; debt advice, free of charge. We will look at your options, and if possible, we can stop them from continuing with any further action. It’s important you don’t leave it too late!

Shield Debt Solutons Ltd are registered in the UK under the company number of 09251029.

They have the registered business address of:

17 Barber Close Armthorpe, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England, DN3 2FN

Shield Debt Solutons Ltd was registered on 10/6/2014.

They received their license on 24/05/2019.

Do not let Shield Debt Solutons Ltd into your property. They will use fear and intimidation in order to enter your property. Give us a call straight away and we will do our best to sort the situation out on your behalf.

Do’s and Don’ts

  • They can’t use force to get past you to enter your property.
  • They are not allowed to enter your house during the hours of 9pm and 6am
  • There only method of entry is through a door
  • A bailiff can attend your property when you fall behind on certain debts. The most common are parking fines, court fines, council tax debts, CCJ’s and court judgements.

Other names for bailiffs are:

  • Civilian enforcement officers
  • County court and family court bailiffs
  • High court enforcement officers
  • Certificated enforcement agents