Marble Finance Reviews, Ratings And Fees 2019

Marble Finance

Marble Finance’s main goal is to use socially responsible lending practices to help Canadain consumers rebuild their credit after dealing with past financial problems. More specifically, Marble Finance provides debtors the opportunity to exit their consumer proposals with a debt settlement loan that can put them back on the path toward a brighter financial future and a better credit score.

Business Hours

  • Monday to Friday 9 am-5 pm (PST)

Customer Service

  • Live chat
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • FAQ page
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

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Marble Finance Reviews & Ratings

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Posted on April 19, 2019
What is Negative Equity? 

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What is a Lienholder?
Posted on April 2, 2019
What is a Lienholder?

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