Married Professional Reduces Debt – $55,500 to $15,000
A married professional working full time and struggling to make monthly payments of more than $1,000, they felt like they were ‘robbing Peter to pay Paul’. With the help of Debt Relief Canada they are now making payments of $250 monthly and will be debt free in 60 months without involving their partner. They are putting $400 monthly into long term savings and save enough to cover the annual two month period of no income.
Fixed Income Couple Reduces Debt – $42,000 to $15,000
An elderly couple living on a fixed income had used their credit cards to pay for medical related expenses. Now healthy, but unable to manage payments on $42,000 of debt. We worked to eliminate all of their debt so they were able to live on their fixed income without the financial stress this caused.
Young Couple Reduces Debt – $124,180 to $66,000
A young couple had a combined debt of $124,180 in credit cards, loans and a line of credit. They were unable to keep up with their $2,000 interest only payments every month. We helped them reduce their debt to $66,000 at zero percent interest. They are now making one monthly payment of $1,100 and will be debt free in 60 months. They are setting aside $900 monthly and are using this to pay for irregular expenses without going into debt.
I never thought I would be debt free until I met you. This is the best feeling in the world. Thank you for helping me get my life back. I have a credit card and I pay it off every month and I check my credit report every January. I am better because of you! From the bottom of my heart, THANK YOU!! Tasha – Toronto ON
I must say it was no accident that I came across your company when I was searching for solutions to our financial crisis. I want to say that the process of claiming bankruptcy had always frightened me. You and your team have been nothing but kind and supportive; THANK YOU! Especially knowing that you will always be at the other end of the line, or in an email. Lynn – Kingston ON/Fort Pierce FL
I don’t know what to say. Thank you does not seem enough. Sharon – Tiny ON