Our story begins with Canada Tax Reviews, a leading Tax Recovery firm in Vaughan, Ontario. We served Canadians by providing them with the resources to uncover taxes, grants, benefits, errors, and unclaimed credits missed in previous tax filing years.
In 2020, the world was hit with a global pandemic, COVID-19, causing an economic downfall. While servicing our clients in applying for the Canada Emergency Benefit Credit, we heard many stories of Canadians experiencing financial hardships as their livelihood and normalcy slowly diminished, causing them to feel overwhelmed and defeated.
Many Canadians and businesses exhausted their savings and resources, which led them to take on credit card debt, personal lines of credit, and even refinance their mortgages.
We quickly realized we were on a mission to provide Canadians living with unsecured debt with solutions to gain financial freedom.
Thus the creation of Canada Debt Solutions began.
Our mission is simple and impactful.
We provide Canadians living with unsecured debt with solutions to gain financial freedom so they can focus on what matters to them most in life. We strive for your financial freedom.
We take pride in what we do. We get our clients the results they need.
At Canada Debt Solutions, we put a lot of time and effort into finding the right people to join our team. We ensure our agents are natural at developing and nurturing relations with our clients so we can provide meaningful advice. We get to know our clients, learn about their lives, and know what they are comfortable with so we can deliver it.
We work on a “full transparency” policy. No unexpected fees. No broken promises. No shady business.
We go the extra mile by customizing a program that is unique to your situation. We treat you with the respect and patience you deserve.
We are open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 9 pm EST. Our staff will return your emails and calls within 24 hours. Rest assured that our team is ready and available when you need us.
That is how we create an excellent business/client relationship.