Debt Management Advice
What is a Debt Management Program? A debt management program is a voluntary repayment program that can combine all of your unsecured debt in to one monthly payment. A repayment proposal is sent out to your creditors offering a monthly payment plan at zero percent interest over the course of 5 years. Read More...
Consumer Proposal Advice
Why Choose a Consumer Proposal? Consumer proposals are one of the most common methods used by Canadians to consolidate their debt, outside of a consolidation loan. Read more...
About Your Credit
Along with millions of other Canadians, you have a credit history that is kept on file by companies called credit reporting agencies. They track how you use credit products, such as credit cards and loans, and pay your bills. Read More...
Everyday Canadians struggle with their monthly payments robbing from Peter to pay Paul, living paycheck to paycheck, never knowing if you’re going to have enough to make it to the next pay. It’s a reality all too common but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Our debt counselling professionals will answer all of your questions and provide you with all of your options to consolidate. Remember there is never any pressure or obligation on your part to use our services. Its safe, 100% confidential and never any obligations.
Complete our free online assessment and have your options emailed directly to you. The assessment takes less than 10 minutes and your results are emailed to you within 24 hours.
With your help, I feel like a ten-thousand pound weight has been lifted off of my shoulders. Your help, support, ongoing encouragement, and concern were pertinent in my being able to deal with this situation. So THANK YOU again!! You saved my life, and I will forever be grateful for that.
Gregory Martin was kind, understanding knowledgeable and by the way he treated us I knew he had a passion for his job and for helping people. I have taken so many deep breaths thinking wow the weight of the world is off our shoulders.
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