Credit Repair Agency Canada Credit Fix Offers Support, Donations to Alberta Flood Victims

Top Quote Due to recent flooding in southern Alberta, Canada Credit Fix has donated a thousand of dollars to the Red Cross for flood relief. Company President Sheldon Wolf issues a corporate challenge to corporations to meet or beat their donation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 29, 2013 - Recent flooding in southern Alberta has overtaken towns like High River and Cochrane, as well as swamped many areas of Calgary, causing billions of dollars of property and economic damage to the areas. The floods have taken homes, displaced families, caused businesses to close and even caused disruptions to the upcoming Calgary Stampede and Exhibition. It is during times like this that communities and businesses need to come together to repair the damage, clean up the mess and help those who have been drastically affected by this wide sweeping natural disaster.

    Canada Credit Fix's CEO Sheldon Wolf, himself a Calgarian, has stepped up to contribute to his city's recovery by donating $1000 to the Red Cross Flood Relief Fund. In addition Canada Credit Fix has donated several vacant homes they own to assist homeless families with relief until they can get back into their own homes. This weekend Sheldon and some of their staff will take part in a voluntary food program that will bring food and drinks to the volunteer workers in the hardest hit areas of Calgary.

    Canada Credit Fix has played an active role in the Calgary community and encourages all corporations to give back to the city in times of need. Sheldon Wolf himself has given to various charities and philanthropic organizations throughout the city and has volunteered his time, as a member of the Credit Bureau of Canada, in raising awareness for fiscal responsibility and promoting good credit management. Wolf explains "As Canadian businesses we have a responsibility to our customers and to our communities. When times are good our consumers support us and now that times are bad we need to support them!" The corporate model of helping Canadians seems to work both in and out of their offices.

    Canada Credit Fix, is also one of Canada's few specialist in foreclosure mitigation has set up a volunteer program to assist the hardest hit Albertans with any financial matters that are a result of the flooding and disaster. "Many if not most of these victims will have no way of paying their current mortgage payments, while they may also need to pay rent elsewhere. Let's face it many of these people will need to rebuild their homes; which can take 6 months to a year if not longer!" Wolf stated. Canada Credit Fix will help negotiate mortgage payment and debt deferrals on behalf of the clients at no charge. Home owners are asked to call the Calgary office if they would like the free assistance with their debts and mortgages. It is important to know that many banks and insurance companies may be open to such communications and look forward to helping out in times of hardship. Toronto Dominion Bank has already stepped up and started promoting available credit options.

    The chaos caused by the floods in Calgary, High River, Canmore and other surrounding townships in southern Alberta has dealt a devastating blow to the people of these affected areas. Thousands of homes and businesses are destroyed and the aftermath of homelessness and job loss will linger on after the flood water dries up. "We just want to let all Albertans regardless of whether you are in Calgary, High River, and Canmore or anywhere that has been affected by the floods; that we are here for you and will find ways to help you however possible. We are heavily involved in the finance and credit industries and have many wonderful connections that can help!" Mr Wolf explained. Canada Credit Fix is one of Canada's most trusted names in credit repair and debt settlement edges its way into our communities largely based on their hands on approach with their customers and members. Since Canada Credit Fix issued a fund raising challenge many corporations and individuals have jumped on the bandwagon and have contributed almost 11 Million dollars to the Alberta Flood Relief program.

    The Credit Repair Agency Canada Credit Fix does its part to help local efforts to recover from the flash flood through its donation to the Red Cross Flood Relief Fund. Now it asks the rest of the corporate community to do the same. And in the coming months, as people and families affected by the flood resume their lives and deal with the physical and financial fallout of the flood disaster, Canada Credit Fix knows what a toll disasters can take on people's personal credit, as work stoppages, job loss, replacing personal items and repairing damaged homes sink those affected deeper in debt. Canada Credit Fix will be there to help, its credit repair and debt negotiation services available for all Canadian Consumers regardless of circumstance, to recover from the devastation caused by bad credit and bankruptcy, and get these people back on track with their credit repair and debt settlement services.

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