Some of the organisations we work with
Frequently asked questions
Some of the world’s most trusted companies partner with InDebted to help their customers get back on track when they fall behind. It’s likely that you’ve missed a payment or bill, and your account has been referred to us.
We offer personalised payment plans that look at your life and obligations, and work with them. Make a start today by logging into your account. You can pay now, set up a payment plan to pay in smaller amounts over time, or let us know if you have questions or need support.
The most common payment method is debit card, but we also offer various local payment methods depending on where you’re located in the world. Login to your account to view your payment options.
You can set up a payment plan for a frequency, amount, and start date that suits your budget. Simply login to your account and you’ll be able to create, view and manage your plan in a way that works for you.
Login to your account to double check all of the relevant details such as the amount due, your original creditor and your personal details. If something is incorrect, simply get in touch so we can look into your account further. Lodge a dispute >
For impartial debt management advice, you can get free professional assistance from the following UK-based organisations on the details below.
Companies partner with InDebted to help their customers get back on track when they fall behind. This means it’s likely that you’ve missed a payment or bill, and your original credit provider uses InDebted to support people in your situation.
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