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  1. Dealing With Debt
  2. Use a Debt Management Program to Get Out of Debt

How does a Debt Management Program Get You Out of Debt?

A Debt Management Program consolidates your debts so that you can repay them with one monthly payment. However, rather than borrowing more money to pay your debts off, the repayment program is built around what you can afford to pay each month.

Right now you might be paying what you can afford but it’s not getting you ahead. Paying your debts off through a Debt Management Program is one of the many debt consolidation options that really works because your creditors support our repayment program. They reduce or completely waive interest charges going forward. When you’re not being charged as much interest, the smaller payments that you can afford to make, allow you to pay all of your debt off and get ahead without borrowing more money.

86% Debt Management Program Success Rate – Credit Counselling Society

Our Credit Counsellors are debt management experts with an abundance of advice. Our program has worked for thousands of people and over 86% of clients on a Debt Management Program complete it successfully. If a Debt Management Program is right for you, your Credit Counsellor will explain how it works (including putting the legal jargon into simpler terms), how we help you complete it successfully and how we’ll help you rebuild your credit rating afterwards.

Book Your Debt Consolidation Appointment and Start Your Debt Management Program Today

To find out more about our debt management program service, contact us to speak with one of our Counsellors. Get Started today!


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