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Alan Thicke Pushing Cambridge Life Solutions in Canada With Criticism

A reader sent in yet another news video critical of Cambridge Life Solutions and spokesperson Alan Thicke

“That’s forcing some consumers into the welcoming arms of firms promising to magically wipe away their debt. Chances are you’ve seen or heard Canadian actor Alan Thicke, delivering an energetic sales pitch encouraging those facing debt problems to take advantage of a “consumer relief program” that offers to reduce overall credit card debt by as much as 70 per cent.

At issue is the nature of the services Mr Thicke is helping to sell. Many of these debt settlement firms hail from the United States and offer services that range from debt reduction, debt relief, and debt negotiation, promising to save you up to 90 per cent on unsecured debt of $10,000 or more, which translates to paying creditors as little as 10 cents per dollar owed. According to many experts in the field, that amounts to little more than a fairy tale.” – Source

Alan Thicke Pushing Cambridge Life Solutions in Canada With Criticism

The guest on the show makes the point that debt negotiators must be a resident of Ontario and licensed in Ontario to be authorized to offer debt settlement services. He states that is the negotiators are actually located in the United States they may be in violation go Ontario law.

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