We are here to help. We help Canadians settle their debt obligations.
We know this is a stressful time. The good news is that if you have been contacted by Canaccede or one of our partner firms regarding your debt, you are one step closer to finding a solution. We care about your situation and our team and our partners will work with you to help you manage your debt.
Why are you
Financial institutions sell accounts to Canaccede for several possible reasons: the account may be behind in payments, it may be part of an insolvency proceeding, or the financial institution may have decided to sell a portion of its ongoing business. We will work with you to develop a payment plan and resolve your outstanding debt.
What are the
We encourage you to contact us or the partner agency that you received the communication from as soon as possible so you to settle your debt in a way that works for you. Paying your debt is the best way to improve your credit score.
If you are being notified about a debt you owe, you need to treat the matter with urgency. Reach out soon as possible so that you can resolve your debt situation.
If you are unable to pay your debt immediately, it’s important to contact Canaccede or the partner agency who contacted you. We will work with you to develop a payment plan that will get you back on track.
We are here to help
Canaccede is committed to working with you in a fair and respectful way. We're committed to helping you develop a repayment plan that is practical, affordable and will help you gain more knowledge and confidence to better achieve financial stability.
If you have questions, need help making a payment through our website or your bank, or want to talk about a payment plan, Canaccede or our partner agencies are here to help. It’s important not to delay.
You have been contacted directly by Canaccede International Management Ltd. or a partner agency in relation to an account that a Canaccede entity has purchased from a financial institution. The debt that was owing to the previous creditor is now owing to the applicable Canaccede entity.