Is your tenancy deposit properly protected?

Check your deposit with our FREE tool! Fill the form below to check if your tenancy deposit is properly protected with any of the legally operating schemes in England and Wales.

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Fast facts about your deposit:

  • Your landlord is solely reponsible for protecting your deposit.
  • They can choose one of three schemes - MyDeposits, TDS or DPS.
  • After receiving your deposit, your landlord has 30 days to protect it.
  • You should receive detailed information about the deposit scheme.
  • Failure in either step will make your landlord liable for a penalty.
  • You can claim between 1x and 3x the original deposit.

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