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What to do When You Don’t Recognize a Charge on Your Credit Card Statement

What to do When You Don’t Recognize a Charge on Your Credit Card Statement

Scammers are everywhere and use dozens and dozens of different tactics to siphon money from unsuspecting consumers. One strategy that thieves employ is stealing credit card information, then using it to go on a spending spree. They can rack up your credit card bill into the thousands of… Read More


Did You Know These 7 People Can Check Your Credit?  

Did You Know These 7 People Can Check Your Credit?  

Every Canadian consumer has the right to check their credit score by pulling their credit report from one of the major credit bureaus. But as a consumer, you’re not the only one who is privy to this important information. Of course,… Read More


Warning: Raymond Credit is a Scam

Warning: Raymond Credit is a Scam

Unfortunately, we are back writing about loan scams again. This is the third time (please read our first two warnings, here and here) we’ve felt that it’s necessary to speak out about scammers who are prying on Canadians. The scammers, working under the name Raymond Credit, have outright… Read More


Why All Canadians Need to be Monitoring Their Credit Score

Why All Canadians Need to be Monitoring Their Credit Score

Do you know what your credit score is? When was the last time you checked? You’ll want to know what your credit score is, especially if you plan on taking out some type of loan in the near future. Even… Read More


Should I Answer a Collection Call?

Should I Answer a Collection Call?

If you’re heavily in debt and are overdue on some of your bill payments, you can bet that the creditors you owe will do whatever they can to get that money back. After sending you multiple notices in the mail about your past-due payments, you’ll probably wind up… Read More


Top 5 Most Common Errors That Appear on Credit Reports in Canada

Top 5 Most Common Errors That Appear on Credit Reports in Canada

A good credit score is extremely important in the world of loans. If you ever plan to apply for a mortgage, auto loan, personal loan, credit card, or even want to sign up for a cell phone plan,… Read More


Lessons to Learn When You’re a Credit Card User

Lessons to Learn When You’re a Credit Card User

Credit cards are the most common form of debt. True, plenty of borrowers have access to mortgages, car loans, lines of credit, etc. However, almost everyone these days has at least one credit card to deal with. They can be useful tools for buying the things… Read More


Accessing Your Home Equity in 2018

Accessing Your Home Equity in 2018

Are you a currently mortgaging a home? Do you have many bills or a big expense on your hands that your income can’t cover? Dipping into your home equity might be the solution you’ve been looking for. Paying down your mortgage and therefore building up… Read More


Need to Pay Down Debt? Fairstone Can Help

Need to Pay Down Debt? Fairstone Can Help

Sponsored by For this blog, we’ve teamed up with our partners at Fairstone. As the weather gets warmer, many of us start spring cleaning. While cleaning your house or yard, you may think about cleaning up your finances as well. Paying off debt is a great way to get… Read More


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