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Consolidated Credit has been providing its services as a nonprofit credit counselling agency for over 28 years. There have been over 10.2 million people who have used their debt relief service, and they have saved over $9.75 billion in the process.Reputation
Consolidated Credit offers a number of debt relief options, including a debt management program, debt negotiation, and debt consolidation services, to help clients better manage and repay their obligations.Who it's for:
If you're behind on your mortgage payments and worried about losing your home to foreclosure, you can seek help from a housing counsellor.Credit card debt, medical bill collections, utility and service contract arrears, payday and personal loans, and retail shop credit can all be consolidated through the company.Resources
The website offers an abundance of free materials to improve your financial situation. Visit the Consolidated Credit website or call to speak with a certified credit counsellor for free about your debt consolidation and repayment alternatives.
No, Consolidated Credit is not a loan company, it offers counseling services and much more to help people get out of debt.
Consolidated Credit has resources such as debt stories, how-to guides, calculators, educational videos, booklets, infographics, and much more!
If the resources provided by Consolidated Credit aren't fully helpful for you, you can directly contact a certified financial coach on their website by clicking "Ask The Expert!".
Yes, Consolidated Credit affiliates with the Toronto Board of Trade, OACCS, Member Markham Board of Trade, and many more.
Consolidated Credit provides free worksheets and financial planning. If all of your questions are not answered, you can contact one of their experts.