If you are looking into making a consumer proposal in Keremeos, you already know how stressful debt can be. If you feel like there is no end in sight, MNP LTD. can help. We're dedicated to helping you turn your financial situation around, which is why you can rely on us to draw on years of experience and knowledge to help you through.
For more than 50 years, our personalized debt solutions have helped Canadians achieve financial stability -- and can help you too. Schedule a FREE, confidential consultation with us now and see how we can help you address your debt situation.
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How our solutions can work for you
As a more positive choice than filing for bankruptcy, a consumer proposal is perfect for people with unsecured debts of less than $250,000. When you take this option, your local Licensed Insolvency Trustee in Keremeos will contact your creditors and arrange a single monthly payment option for a set period of time. With this option there are instances where the full amount is not expected to repaid. You have options; discover them now simply by calling us for a FREE, no obligation consultation.
You could benefit from our services if:
You can’t afford to pay your debts in full but your income can cover a single monthly payment
Your financial troubles are causing you stress
Wage garnishments are affecting your take-home pay
Personal Insolvency Counselling
MNP offers permanent life-changing debt solutions to individuals struggling with an overwhelming amount of debt. Our trustees are here to help.
We're committed to offering the most dependable financial solutions to Canadians, and that's been our commitment for more than 50 years. Since then, we’ve applied our expertise to countless cases to help Canadians overcome financial difficulty. Your local MNP LTD. office is your go-to source for personalized solutions, including consumer proposals, debt consolidation, informal debt settlements and more.
Depending on the amount of debt you’ve accumulated, you may have the option to talk with your creditors directly and reduce your interest rate or arrange a payment schedule that fits your circumstances.