Now That You Know What Credit Counselling Is, You Can Make Your Choice
Hopefully you now have a better idea about “what is credit counselling” and can make an informed choice about who you will ask for help. It’s great that we have so many choices, and the government of Canada also offers advice on getting help from a credit counsellor. Before you agree to work with any company or organization, check them out carefully with the Better Business Bureau, the consumer protection authority in your province, and if it’s a non-profit, verify their status with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Once you know a bit about them, ask them how their credit counsellors are compensated. If they’re paid on commission, you want to know that ahead of time because it will likely affect the advice you’re given. If you still have questions about non-profit versus for-profit credit counselling, feel free to give us a call at 1-888-527-8999, email us, or chat with us anonymously online.
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