As a young man, Moe Tabesh arrived in Canada at the age of 21, driven by the desire to build a better life for himself. He faced the challenges of working long hours as a taxi driver to support his studies while attending university. However, the grueling 17-hour shifts left him feeling unfulfilled, yearning for a deeper purpose.
Moe’s journey to Canada was not without its hardships. Leaving Iran during a time of conflict, he endured obstacles and imprisonment at the age of 17 while attempting to cross the border through treacherous mountains. Despite the discouragement from others, he persevered, successfully crossing the border into Turkey on May 4th.
Throughout his studies at Heritage College in Hull, Québec, and the University of Ottawa’s Bachelor of Commerce program, Moe discovered his passion for business, commerce, accounting, and entrepreneurship. His academic success was evident, but it was the lessons from his own challenging experiences that sparked a burning desire within him to make a difference.
After graduation, Moe founded “Express Tax,” a company aimed at helping students and others optimize their tax returns and save more money. While he found fulfillment in assisting individuals with their taxes, he yearned for a greater impact, to help those facing significant financial struggles.
This desire led him to create “Great Canadian Debt Relief Inc.” Moe’s company was not just a business venture; it was a way for him to give back to society and offer a lifeline to Canadians burdened with debts. With unwavering determination and compassion, Moe dedicated himself to providing support, guidance, and viable solutions to those in need.
Through the Great Canadian Debt Relief Inc., Moe connected with individuals facing overwhelming financial challenges. He understood the emotional toll that debts could take on people’s lives and sought to alleviate their burden. Moe and his team worked tirelessly to tailor debt relief strategies for each individual’s unique situation, ensuring that their journey to financial stability was not only achievable but also empowering.
Moe’s genuine empathy and personal experiences made him a relatable and trustworthy figure for those seeking help. His clients felt understood, supported, and motivated to take control of their financial futures. As his reputation for compassion and expertise grew, more and more Canadians reached out to Moe for assistance.
His journey from a young immigrant striving to overcome adversity to the founder of a successful debt relief program was a testament to the transformative power of empathy and a passion for helping others. Moe Tabesh’s legacy continues to inspire hope, reminding us all that true success lies in making a positive impact on the lives of those who need it most.