From Debt to Relief: Canadians Save Thousands with A. Fisher & Associates

New data published today by A. Fisher and Associates has revealed that our clients are saving an average of $16,650 by seeking debt relief with our company.

Over the years, we’ve helped thousands of individuals across the country by finding a solution to make repaying debts faster, easier and cheaper. As a Licensed Insolvency Trustee, our no-obligation, free advice has seen us speak with over 173,000 individuals who required help with their finances.

How Debt Relief Can Help You

  • Write off up to 80% of the total amount owed
  • Slash monthly payments and repay in single, affordable amounts
  • Freeze all interest and charges
  • Prevent wage garnishments and creditor hassle

A Growing Concern

With rising interest rates and inflation, individuals across Canada are finding every day life less affordable, and so turn to credit cards to get by. This is not a long term solution and so often results in mounting balances and ultimately, missed payments. 

At A. Fisher and Associates, we’re in a position to negotiate with creditors to come to a solution that makes the balances more manageable but also puts a complete halt to late payment charges and most importantly, interest.

How Can I Request A Call?

If you’re worried bout debts and would like free, expert advice, simply click below to fill out a short 30 second questionnaire where you can provide us with information on your situation and request a call back. An advisor would then call you back right way to see what we can do to help.

Debts We Can Help With Include (but not limited to)

  • Capital One
  • Cash Money
  • CRA
  • Canadian Tire
  • Easy Financial
  • TD
  • National Money Mart
  • CIBC
  • & More!

Founded by Andy Fisher, Licensed Insolvency Trustee, in 2020, A. Fisher & Associates brings a new, forward-thinking approach to helping Canadians eliminate debt. The firm is dedicated to guiding clients through financial difficulties and championing the cause of financial education and stability.