2. His insider's knowledge of how creditors and bill
collectors attempt to recover unpaid accounts
Eight reasons to hire lawyer Mark Silverthorn to assist you with your debt situation
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4. A problem-solver with a diverse background in government,
public relations, research and writing as well as the law
7. Author of a popular book on consumer debt published by
McClelland & Stewart
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Dear Member of Parliament
RE: OSB Proposal to eliminate $8.00 Insolvency Name Search Fee
Socially punitive and fiscally irresponsible proposal should be scrapped
In August of 2017 Bill James, the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, announced that the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB) planned to eliminate the current $8.00 Insolvency Name Search Fee. As you may be aware, currently anyone wishing to search a specific name to determine if an individual has made a consumer proposal or filed for bankruptcy must pay $8.00 per name searched.
The existing $8.00 Insolvency Name Search Fee provides a minimum level of privacy to those individuals who have tried to deal with their debts and get a new start under the Federal Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The OSB Proposal to eliminate the current $8.00 Insolvency Name Search Fee is punitive in nature because it will harm those Canadians who take responsibility for their debts. Furthermore, the OSB Proposal is not fiscally responsible because it will result in foregone revenues of approximately $3 million per year. Ideally, the Federal Government’s insolvency database should operate on a full cost-recovery basis.
I would urge you to communicate with the Honourable Navdeep Bains, the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, responsible for the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy, and forward these concerns to his office.
Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor, PC
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Phone: (519) 987-3270
Fax: (866) 811-8900
3. Comprehensive knowledge of debt relief options
available to consumers struggling with debt
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Consumer lawyer Mark Silverthorn is the author of a popular book titled "The Wolf At The Door: What To Do When Collection Agencies Come Calling (2010), published by McClelland & Stewart.
5. He has personally negotiated hundreds of favourable
one-time lump sum settlements
In this YouTube video lawyer Mark Silverthorn talks about how a consumer can settle their unsecured consumer debt for substantially less than the current outstanding balance.
6. Routinely consulted by the media on issues involving bill
collectors and consumer debt
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