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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

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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

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Students! Confused by tenancy deposit schemes?

Posted on Monday 2nd of November 2015

Found the perfect student accommodation for you and your friends? You've probably been asked to pay a deposit in case of damage, rent arrears, etc. Your landlord or letting agent must pay your money into a tenancy deposit scheme for safekeeping. This is a legal requirement in Scotland. You should receive confirmation of protection from the landlord or letting agent and the scheme. Check your tenancy agreement to find out exactly why your landlord may want to deduct...Read More