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SOURCE: Credit Canada
Those worried about their personal debt levels can use CreditCanada.com’s free service for help.
(PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Canadians who are worried, stressed out or feeling the pressure of debt can seek free online help and advice from Credit Canada, the not-for-profit organization committed to helping Canadians manage their debt and learn about credit health. With the upcoming holidays, this pressure is sure to mount as Canadians splurge on gifts for the loved ones, often putting purchases on their credit cards.
For those interested in receiving a free online assessment of their debt levels, they can simply visit http://www.creditcanada.com. On the left had side of the screen is a small form that requires a first name, last name and an email address. Then a second page is launched where the interested person can fill out more information about himself or herself. Once the form is submitted, a credit counselor will contact them to review their financial situation and provide options for tackling this debt. Some of the options can include going over options to reduce debt and lowering the interest rate on already existing debt. All information provided will remain confidential.
Established in 1966, Credit Canada provides professional credit counselling services in order to aid Canadians in managing their debt and improving their credit. The feeling of being overburdened by collection agency calls and buried in past overdue bills can look to Credit Canada for debt help and support.
About Credit Canada
Credit Canada helps people deal with immediate debt problems, as well as offering longer-term debt and credit solutions. Equipping people with the skills they need to manage their finances intelligently over time, Credit Canada’s aim is to provide Canadians with debt and credit education that will last a lifetime. Credit Canada is a member of the Canadian Association of Credit Counselling Services (CACCS), the national voice for not-for-profit credit counselling in Canada.
For more information or media relations, contact info(at)creditcanada(dot)com, (416) 228-2526 or visit http://www.creditcanada.com.
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