Once the proposal is accepted you will:
If the proposal isn’t accepted you can do the following:
A person who submits the consumer proposal or declares bankruptcy gets assigned to the lowest credit score possible. The information that affects your credit score will be removed after a certain period of time depending on the information and where you live.
Obtaining credit from consumers after filing a consumer proposal will depend on how well you can convince lenders of your ability to repay and your financial maturity. There is no guarantee of getting credit and nobody is required to extend you credit.
Upon fulfilling terms of the consumer proposal you will get the ‘certificate of full performance’. Send a copy of the certificate to all major credit-reporting agencies so that your credit record can be updated. For reference, you need to keep all documents related to the proposal.
Once you meet all the conditions in the proposal you will be released legally from the debts detailed in the consumer proposal. However, if you miss 3 monthly payments or your schedule is not frequent and your last payment is three months past due then the proposal will be annulled. Thereafter creditors will take action to recover their money unless the proposal is amended and re-filed or there is a court order stopping them. In certain conditions, the annulled consumer proposals can be revived.
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