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* [[I bought a product from a door-to-door salesperson and no longer want it]].
 
* [[I bought a product from a door-to-door salesperson and no longer want it]].
 
* [[My car broke down and the dealer won’t fix it]].
 
* [[My car broke down and the dealer won’t fix it]].
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* [[I want to get out of my cellphone contract]].
  
 
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| tips = Bankruptcy <span class="noglossary">costs</span> money. The simplest <span class="noglossary">will</span> cost you about $1400. This may seem ironic if you can’t pay the debts you already have! However, many trustees in bankruptcy offer a free initial consultation and <span class="noglossary">will</span> negotiate a payment plan you can afford. There are some debts, such as support payments, court fines and some student loans, that won’t go away after a bankruptcy.
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Latest revision as of 01:37, 19 October 2018

Here are the first steps and some useful resources for people in BC facing consumer or debt-related

problems such as:

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Bankruptcy costs money. The simplest will cost you about $1,800. This may seem ironic if you can’t pay the debts you already have! However, many trustees in bankruptcy offer a free initial consultation and will negotiate a payment plan you can afford. There are some debts, such as support payments, court fines and some student loans, that won’t go away after a bankruptcy.
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