SOURCE: Maple Leaf Debt Helpers

Maple Leaf Debt Helpers

April 13, 2012 18:12 ET

Maple Leaf Debt Helpers Introduces Fresh Start Program for Credit Card Debt Consolidation in Canada as Consumer Debt Continues to Increase

New Debt Relief Program From Maple Leaf Debt Helpers Offers to Reduce Consumer's Credit Card Debt by as Much as 60% All While Avoiding Bankruptcy and With No Upfront Fee

TORONTO--(Marketwire - Apr 13, 2012) - Canadian households are taking advantage of record low interest rates and continuing to rack up large debt loads which they may not be able to manage when interest rates increase. Maple Leaf Debt Helpers recognizes the need for credit card debt reduction services in Canada and has launched their new Fresh Start Program designed to help consumers reduce their bills by up to 60% and stay out of bankruptcy court. The Fresh Start Program offers consumers a proven path to reduce their debts legally and give them a Fresh Start on their future.

"Consumer credit card debt in Canada is at a record high level and many families are just one unexpected life event away from falling into a financial crisis, such as a job loss or divorce," says Adam Christopher of

"We do not want Canadians to file for bankruptcy as there are too many negative financial consequences that can haunt them for at least 6 years from the date of discharge. We created this credit debt relief program to help consumers stop annoying debt collection phone calls, prevent legal action from their creditors, lower their monthly payments, and reduce their debts by up to 60% on average. This is a real debt reduction plan that offers Canadians debt relief without the many direct and indirect costs of bankruptcy," continues Christopher.

The average debt to income ratio for Canadians is almost 1.50 indicating that for every $1 of income there is $1.50 of debt needing to be serviced each month. This is an unsustainable predicament which can quickly lead to consumers missing their payments and being hounded by debt collection calls and thinking about bankruptcy.

Consumers who are forced to charge gas and groceries and other living expenses to their Visa or MasterCard credit cards should contact Maple Leaf Debt Helpers for more information about the Fresh Start Program for credit card debt consolidation in Canada. Consumers can take advantage of a free confidential debt consolidation quote with no obligation.