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Sheldon Wolf Accepts Position on Board of Directors For the Credit Institute of Canada
Sheldon Wolf, President of Canada’s top credit repair agency, Canada Credit Fix and the referral real estate and mortgage networking system Zang Commerce has just accepted nomination onto the Board of Directors of the Credit Institute of Canada.
Sheldon Wolf joins an esteemed organization in the Credit Institute of Canada. Established in 1928 as a special Act of Parliament, the Credit Institute of Canada is an official non profit professional association that establishes guidelines, rules and regulations, and a code of ethics and practices for the Canadian credit industry, as well as providing official designations to professionals in the Canadian credit field. Their mission is to be the most reputable and sought after professional organization in the credit industry, by providing education, credit resources, certification and accountability in the credit industry. Members of the Credit Institute of Canada uphold a high professional standard, displaying professionalism, trust; accountability and integrity that has helped in making Canada’s financial sector a model for the world to emulate.
Those values have been well adopted with Canada Credit Fix’s credit repair and debt negotiation services. Sheldon Wolf revolutionized Canada’s credit repair field by bringing his 24 years of experience in the financial, credit and debt industry to help Canadian consumers overwhelmed by credit errors, compliance violations and mounting debts. Canada Credit Fix makes the credit reporting agencies accountable for how they report consumer credit, by acting on behalf of the consumer whose Equifax or Transunion credit report may be marred by inaccurate or false entries, with circumstances that are not properly reflected in the current credit report format. By using their tenacious approach to credit report advocacy to the benefit of their clients, Canada Credit Fix is able to improve consumer credit and help settle and negotiate debts for better consumer financial health.
Also as the founder of Zang Connect, Sheldon Wolf brings his proven track record of financial success and client generation to mortgage brokers, real estate agents, and the automotive industry. He brings consumers looking for real estate, mortgages, automobiles and related commerce services, together with the professional service providers through his free for consumers website Zang Connect, matching clients to the services they need, while providers compete by offering their best deals on homes, auto, loans and more.
His enterprises are an extension of his mission to provide an all encompassing consumer financial system in which they can get the financial services they need in their lives. As such, his personal mission is to provide services, design wealth and commerce programs helping Canadians eliminate debt and increase responsible fiscal awareness through education and services. His passionate promotion of credit and financial literacy has gained the attention of multiple media outlets. Having been featured on the Global News Hour and Omni News and providing his expertise to the general public, he has done much to increase awareness on the issues of credit reporting, debt, and financial responsibility.
Sheldon has developed several educational programs designed to improve credit literacy to Canadians and is also the author of “Credit Terrors” and “30 Days to Better Credit”; books on credit repair and identity theft in Canada. As well Sheldon’s is one of Canada’s foremost foreclosure mitigation experts.
With his experience in the credit and financial industry, his tireless consumer advocacy, and his innovative and successful credit repair programs and entrepreneurial enterprises, Sheldon Wolf’s acceptance into the Credit Institute of Canada is a certainly a great match. When asked what his reaction was to being accepted into the CIC’s Board of Directors, he is quoted to have said, “With great pleasure I accept the role with a fine organisation like the Credit Institute of Canada.”