Consumer proposal is a way to consolidate your unsecured debt into a monthly payment plan that stops all interest.
A consumer proposal immediately stops all collection proceedings and legal action by your creditors, including lawsuits and wage garnishment, giving you immediate financial stress relief.
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You'll regain a favorable credit rating and massively reduce your overall debt payment with one low monthly payment for a period of 3 to 5-year term.
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A consumer proposal is a formal, legally binding process between you and your creditors to offer a payment percentage of what you owe based on income and assets.
You won’t be able to apply for an unsecured credit card while you’re making payments in your proposal, but you will be able to apply for a secured credit card or a prepaid one.
3 years after the last day of payment on the fulfillment of the Consumer Proposal. As stated by Equifax, “A consumer proposal will be removed from your Equifax credit report 3 years after you’ve paid off all the debts according to the proposal, or 6 years from the date it was filed, whichever comes first.”
If you miss a proposal payment you can always make it up within the term, but if 3 payments are missed within the term then you become annulled. If you’re annulled, you have a month from the first day of annulment to revive your proposal by making up the payments missed all at once.