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Scam Alert: Fake Organization Claiming to be National Debt Relief Canada

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We have been receiving reports about a fake organization/call center calling Canadians and claiming to be from National Debt Relief.

They have been asking for upfront fees and even requesting for the client’s credit card information. This is a scam. Please do not give them your credit card information.

National Debt Relief will never request for your credit card information. 

Our consultations are FREE and there is no upfront fees, there are no risk and no obligation with us. We will never ask you for your credit card information!

We have contacted the RCMP anti fraud department, unfortunately the RCMP is having a difficult task to stop their telemarketing teams. We have received feedback that they are doing this to other companies and they continue to misrepresent the CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) as well.

If you didn’t apply on our website, we will not call you. We do not call Canadians unless they have subscribed from more information. 

We won’t call you unless you applied with us and requested for more information about debt relief. 

Be warned. Be cautious in entertaining calls and always remember that applying for a debt relief with National Debt Relief is easy, secured and no obligation. No upfront fees are collected. We will NOT ask you for a credit card. If you get a call for a credit card number, this is not us! Be smart Canadians.

If you were scammed by this scammer group from India, contact us and we will offer our services for free for you. We have done this to help people who are scammed because we believe in good will. 

If you get any calls with the same tactic as mentioned above, please take note of the phone number and give us a call. We have forwarded this concern to RCMP Fraud Department.

Be smart and never pay upfront for debt relief. 

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