Get the Advice You Need from Non-Profit Debt Experts
Looking for debt help? Having trouble paying your bills? Are you living paycheque to paycheque, month to month? Think you'll never be debt-free?
You've Come to the Right Place!
First, know that you’re not alone. The average Canadian has over $22,000 in non-mortgage debt. The good news is our certified Credit Counsellors know how to help. At no cost, they can:
Review your debt and budget.
Tell you how we can stop collection calls, eliminate interest, and reduce monthly payments.
Pull your credit report and credit score.
Offer money management tips, budgeting advice, and show you how to save money.
Provide you with your best debt relief options.
It’s completely confidential, non-judgmental and 100% free! Simply complete the form on this page and one of our experts will contact you to set you up with a free appointment. We may have you out of debt in as little as 2 years!
Get a Free Debt Assessment Today!
About Credit Canada
13-Time Consecutive Winner of the Consumer Choice Award for Credit and Debt Counselling Services
Our agency is an accredited member of Credit Counselling Canada (CCC), a national association of non-profit credit counselling services. As an accredited member of CCC our agency must meet or exceed industry-wide standards for service delivery and integrity.
Credit Canada is a 13-time
Credit Counselling Canada
Better Business Bureau Accredited
What Our Clients Say About Us
These people really care and are your friend, they will steer you the right way and will do it with respect and dignity. Can't say enough about them.
I do feel much wiser about my money, more responsible and most importantly, forward thinking.
I want to thank your whole team for helping me get on the right track. Not only did you help me resolve my debt issues you helped me develop a budget conscious lifestyle. I now have zero debt and quite a substantial savings account. Also, I was able to buy a new car — in cash! Your team has turned my life around, thank you!
I would highly recommend and encourage people who have been ignoring their predicament or have been afraid to face the truth about their budget or their lifestyle, to give them a call and put the necessary work into learning how to pay attention to their credit.