Tesco Bank

If Tesco Personal Finance Plc have contacted you directly to pursue an old debt, contact us immediately for free, independent and confidential debt advice. Tesco Bank are a debt collection company who buy debts from creditors and collect money on their behalf.

Tesco Bank are a debt collection agency with a company registration number of SC173199.

Their address is:

2 South Gyle Crescent, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH12 9FQ

Their email is Callum.Carr@Tescobank.com.

You can call them on 0345 300 3511.

Their website address is https://www.tescobank.com/.

Their company number is SC173199.

Important: Do not let Tesco Bank into your home, no matter how convincing they are. They do not have the legal right to enter your home or repossess goods. Contact us today to deal with these matters on your behalf.

Tesco Bank Frequently Asked Questions

Q.      Can Tesco Bank come into my property to collect debts?

A.      In no situation should you allow Tesco Bank into your property, unless they have an order from the court. If they can present an order from the court then you are legally obliged to allow them access, although this is unlikely. This usually occurs in criminal fines, such as parking fines which have escalated due to non-payment.

Q.      Can I write off my debts with Tesco Bank?

A.      If you have a total unsecured debt amount of over £6000, you may be able to write off your debts with an IVA. This can include your debts with Tesco Bank and any other debts which you may have. An IVA is an Individual Voluntary Arrangement. An IVA usually lasts for 5 years. At the end of the 5 years the rest of your debt with Tesco Bank will be completely written off.

Q.      What companies do Tesco Bank collect debts for?

A.      As debt collectors and bailiffs can purchase debts from any lender, it can be difficult to identify who they are collecting money for. You can contact the lender directly by following the contact details on our website. Many debt collectors and bailiffs collect money for parking fines, criminal fines, council tax arrears, credit cards, loans, payday loans, catalogue debts and many more.