Maple Leaf Debt Helpers Relaunches To Help Canadians Get Debt Relief
September 27, 2012 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Maple Leaf Debt Helpers is proud to announce the launch of a new and improved web portal aimed at connecting consumers across Canada with high-quality debt relief services. The new site features a wealth of information about managing debt as well as the debt settlement process and its alternatives.
In recent years, many Canadian consumers have become over-leveraged. The average Canadian currently has a debt-to-income ratio of over 150 percent and spends hundreds of dollars per year on interest payments alone. Since 2000, the growth rate of Canadian household debt has outpaced that of household income by a factor of three.
While much of this debt takes the form of secured obligations like mortgages, auto loans and home equity lines, a growing proportion of it is comprised of high-interest unsecured credit vehicles like credit cards and personal loans. The persistently poor economy has forced millions of Canadians to use these less-than-desirable forms of credit to pay for necessities like electricity, water service and groceries.
Most financial experts recommend against using credit cards or personal lines of credit to cover daily expenses. If they're not carefully monitored, unsecured debts can quickly spiral out of control and saddle consumers with stubborn balances worth thousands of dollars. Many Canadians who have dealt with serious debt problems in the past report feeling blindsided by their situation.
Over the years, thousands of debt-ridden consumers have turned to Maple Leaf Debt Helpers in their time of need. Unlike debt consolidation loan providers (http://mapleleafdebthelpers.ca/debt-management/debt-consolidation-loans/) and credit counselors, which merely reduce their customers' interest rates by a few percentage points, Maple Leaf Debt Helpers negotiates directly with its clients' creditors to cut the principal balances on their outstanding debts.
While the particulars of each case may vary, Maple Leaf Debt Helpers is consistently able to reduce its clients' total debt loads by 40 to 60 percent. What's more, the firm has a proven track record of shepherding its charges through the debt settlement process in as little as 12 months.
Maple Leaf Debt Helpers offers more than just fast, flexible debt settlement. Its new website is a veritable treasure trove of educational articles that cover a range of topics. (http://mapleleafdebthelpers.ca/debt-solution/)
In the spirit of fairness, many of these write-ups explore other debt relief options as well as budgeting and credit-management techniques. Maple Leaf Debt Helpers expects its website to become a go-to resource for debt-plagued Canadians looking for answers to their problems.
Of course, the company's principal mission is to provide top-notch debt settlement services. To that end, its website boasts a comprehensive frequently-asked question page that explains the debt settlement process in tremendous detail and anticipates common concerns from prospective customers.
With all the improvements to its website, current and former customers may be pleased to know that Maple Leaf Debt Helpers remains committed to upholding the highest standards of professional conduct and client privacy. The company is a valued member of the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators. It also enjoys up-to-date TRUSTe and VeriSign privacy certifications, providing a double dose of protection for its loyal customers.
Toronto-based Maple Leaf Debt Helpers is dedicated to helping clients across Canada. The company's toll-free hotline is fully staffed during regular business hours. Customers looking for after-hours help can fill out an online quote request form in 60 seconds or less.
Maple Leaf Debt Helpers also maintains a dedicated hotline for the creditors with whom it negotiates on a daily basis. The company prides itself on the professionalism that its staff members exhibit in their dealings with creditors and borrowers alike. Call or click today for more information about debt settlement.