Mark Silverthorn, Barrister & Solicitor
Help me with my debt situation
Protecting insolvent debtors seeking a new beginning
Former collection agency insider and author Mark Silverthorn enjoys the opportunity to speak to various groups concerning not only bill collectors, consumer debt but also the industry that holds itself out as assisting consumers struggling with debt.
Lunch and Learn event sponsored by Homewood
Following the publication of his book The Wolf At The Door Mark was pleased to give a presentation at Homewood, a private hospital located in Guelph, Ontario. The staff at both Homewood and the Guelph General Hospital were invited to attend this event.
Lawyer Mark Silverthorn addresses attendees at a financial literacy event in Toronto co-sponsored by ACORN Canada and Quickcheck Canada.
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Mark Silverthorn's presentation at the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank received media coverage from not only the Cambridge Times but also the Kitchener Record.
ACORN Canada event
In September of this year Mark gave a Powerpoint presentation titled "Advice for Canadians struggling with unsecured debt" at an event sponsored by ACORN Canada in the Jane Finch area in Toronto.
Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank event
Following the publication of his book, The Wolf At The Door: What To Do When Collection Agencies Come Calling, published by McClelland & Stewart, Mark gave a presentation at a luncheon sponsored by the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank
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Mark Silverthorn was the featured guest speaker at an event sponsored by the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank. This event was covered by the local newspaper, the Cambridge Times which ran a story titled "The coming debt storm" on this speech.
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