Climb Credit Builder Program

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What is it?

  • A responsible way to re-build your credit and build a better financial future
  • An easy way to save money for the things you want or need
  • Payment plan options that fit your budget and lifestyle
  • Poor credit or little to no credit history accepted
  • No funds provided up front.

If your credit score is controlling your life – the Climb® Credit Builder Program is for you!

The Climb Credit Builder program allows you to save your money while rebuilding your credit score.

With an improved credit score you’ll be one step closer to achieving a better financial future and get approved for loans at a better interest rate. Not to mention the money you will save towards a car, vacation or even your child’s education.  

The Credit Builder Program holds the amount borrowed in a bank account while you make payments and build credit. When the loan is paid off, the money is released to you.

With the Credit Builder Program, you do not receive cash up-front, however you can access your savings during the term of your loan based on the amount of equity you’ve accrued. You can build up savings and reach your financial goals using flexible payment options.

Are you in bankruptcy, consumer proposal, or a debt management program? The Credit Builder Program can help you rebuild your credit and get approved for a loan in the future.

Or if you are a student and new immigrant, the Credit Builder Program is an excellent way to start building your credit rating.

The Benefits

  • Rebuild your credit and your financial future
  • Build up your savings for the things you want or need  
  • Poor credit or little to no credit history accepted
  • Positive reports to your credit bureau
  • Approved in just minutes!
Note:

All consultations and conversations with Loans Canada and its partners are confidential and risk-free. Speak with a trusted specialist today and see how we can help you achieve your financial goals faster.

Loans Canada and its partners will never ask you for an upfront deposit, upfront fees or upfront insurance payments on a loan. To protect yourself, read more on this topic by visiting our page on loan scams.