Home |  Blog |  Contact Us |  Switch to us 
Free registration of tenancy deposits in Scotland from our offices in Glasgow.
twitter
Payments powered by WorldPay
Debit MasterCard JCB Maestro Visa Debit

Please note that we do not accept payment by credit card. We are happy to accept payment by debit card.

SafeDeposits Scotland Blog

Viewing posts matching tag SafeDeposits-Scotland

Blog Home
Comment on SafeDeposits ADR top tips

SafeDeposits ADR top tips

Posted on Friday 14th of June 2013

We recognise that often landlords and letting agents will have a valid reason to withhold a deposit, or a share of it, at the end of a tenancy - but with the arrival of tenancy deposit schemes, the process of claiming has changed dramatically, especially if the tenant disputes the claim. While no one wants a tenancy to end in a dispute over the deposit, if it does, it's best to be prepared. SafeDeposits is committed to helping landlords and letting agents know what to expect if the deposit...Read More

Comment on Tenants and SafeDeposits Scotland

Tenants and SafeDeposits Scotland

Posted on Wednesday 9th of October 2013

Warning: this blog post contains essential info on how to get your deposit back at the end of the tenancy!

Tenancy deposit schemes were introduced to ensure that tenants are able to get their deposit back from their landlord or agent when they move out, provided they have: met the terms of their tenancy agreement; not damaged the property or its contents; paid their rent and bills. But while tenancy deposit schemes were introduced to help, we recognise that the new process...Read More

Comment on How do I get my deposit back?

How do I get my deposit back?

Posted on Wednesday 4th of June 2014

Your deposit will not be repaid automatically. There are simple steps you must take first to confirm how you want the deposit to be repaid (e.g. if the full amount is to be repaid to the tenant(s), or if any is to be paid to the landlord or letting agent) and to provide your bank details. Before you begin We sent you a Deposit Protection Certificate by email or post when your deposit was first transferred to us, which confirms: The Deposit Account Number for your deposit. You...Read More

Comment on How do I get my deposit back?

How do I get my deposit back?

Posted on Monday 5th of January 2015

Your deposit will not be repaid automatically. You must follow the steps below first. Before you begin We sent you a Deposit Protection Certificate by email or post when your deposit was first transferred to us, which confirms: The Deposit Account Number for your deposit; Your Deposit Repayment Number, which is the password for your personal account with SafeDeposits. You should not share this with anyone or use another tenant's Deposit Repayment Number to log in; Who the lead...Read More

Comment on How do I get my deposit back?

How do I get my deposit back?

Posted on Tuesday 19th of May 2015

Your deposit will not be repaid automatically. The landlord and the tenant must follow our repayment process to confirm how the deposit should be repaid (e.g. if the full amount should be repaid to the tenant(s), or if any is to be paid to the landlord or letting agent) and to provide bank details, before we can pay out the deposit. Before you begin We sent you a Deposit Protection Certificate by email or post when your deposit was first transferred to us, which confirms: The Deposit...Read More

Comment on Student tenant reminder

Student tenant reminder

Posted on Thursday 5th of May 2016

Are you moving out of your flat at the end of this semester? Your deposit won't be repaid automatically. You must complete the repayment steps below first: Repayment steps 1. When you move out, your landlord or letting agent will usually enter a repayment request through our website first. This will confirm if your full deposit should be repaid to you and your flatmates, or if they want to make any deductions for cleaning, damage, etc.; 2. We will email a copy of their repayment...Read More