My clients have saved over 53% on their payday loans.

I have won against:

  • LoanMe
  • Zoca Loans
  • Western Sky
  • Cash Call
  • American Web Loan
  • Great Plains Lending
  • 500 Fast Cash
  • Spotloan
  • Castle Payday
  • United Cash Loans
  • Cashjar
  • Clear Loan Solutions
  • West River Cash
  • Northcash
  • White Hills
  • Dollar Quick
  • PayDay One
  • River Bend Cash
  • Green Valley Cash
  • Cash In A Wink


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Thomas M.
Oak View Law Group has been my top choice for consolidating my debt and legal services. I have been with them for about 2 years, and they are always there online, text, chat, voice whenever I need assistance with my creditors.
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Cheritta Stewart
I learned about Oak View Law group after I had gotten in over my head with payday loans (don't ever take out payday loans). I contacted them twice before I signed up. Each time the staff was pleasant and helpful.
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Client BC
Ron was great, and I'm happy to be a client to get rid of my payday loans!!!!
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Success Stories

Saved $2148 with LoanMe for Client RL
Saved: $2,148

Client Initials: RL
Debt processed: $4,248
Debt settled: $2,100
Saved $1375 with NCB Management Services, INC for Client JL
Saved: $1,375

Client Initials: JL
Debt processed: $3,306
Debt settled: $1,931
NCB Management Services, INC
Saved $1372 with Zoca Loans for Client AG
Saved: $1,372

Client Initials: AG
Debt processed: $2,287
Debt settled: $915
Zoca Loans
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How does the payday loan consolidation process work?

Once you contact us:

  1. You will work with my assistant. He will gather information on all of your debts.
  2. I will review your file and contact your payday loan companies. I will inform all of them they cannot harass you anymore.
  3. Most payday loan companies, once they know I am representing you, will consolidate your loans at very favorable terms.
  4. I will have you work with my assistant to make payments to the lender.
  5. You will be debt-free in six to nine months.


I have helped people like you:

  • Reduce monthly payments
  • Create a single, manageable monthly payment
  • Eliminate late fees, advance fees, extra fees
  • Reduce or eliminate collection calls
  • Reduce interest rates on payday loans
  • Stop automatic debits
  • Avoid lawsuits

Our company provides payday loan debt relief in these ways:

  1. Once you enroll for a debt relief credit counseling session, attorney Lyle Solomon's assistant will explain the payday loan consolidation process, the fee structure, and the No Questions Asked Refund Policy.
  2. We will also address any questions you may have. When you feel comfortable moving forward, you will enroll in a debt consolidation program as a client.
  3. The assistant will collect certain information needed to start the payday loan consolidation process. This will include: your name, the lender's name, the date the loan was taken out, the loan's terms, the method of payment, the amount you’ve paid so far, and the loan's outstanding balance.
  4. The assistant whom Mr. Solomon assigns your case will analyze your debt and verify your loans are legal.
  5. If you owe legal payday loans, we will determine the maximum interest you need to pay. And if you owe illegal loans, you will need to pay only the principal amount.

If you want to repay your debts yourself, instead of using the services of a consolidation company, there are other consolidation options like loan debt consolidation. How does loan consolidation work? You take out a debt consolidation loan with which you repay the outstanding balance on your existing debts. You will have to make affordable single monthly payments to the loan consolidation company to repay the new loan. The interest rate on a personal loan (a consolidation loan) is relatively lower than interest rates on short-term loans. The annual percentage rate for payday loans can even go up to 521%.

We can help you settle your payday loans if you cannot repay your loans in full. Through the settlement, you can get rid of your unsecured debts fast.

Neither authorized payday loan lenders nor illegal lenders can send you to jail when you don’t make a payment. However, authorized lenders can sue you in court. There is a risk of a default judgment if you lose the case. This means your wages can be garnished or liens placed against future earnings.

Check out the payday loan laws of your state.

ComparisonPayday loan settlementPayday loan consolidation programConsolidation loan
What it doesReduces your loan’s payoff amountLowers your loan’s interest rate and monthly paymentTransfers your debt to another lender
Payoff term2-4 years2-5 years1 -30 yrs
Mode of paymentLump-sum paymentMonthly paymentMonthly payment
RequirementsSufficient savings to make the payment Make monthly paymentsCollateral
Credit scoreDrops initially but improves over timeGradually improvesGradually improves
Is this the best way to get out of payday loan debt?This way is best when you need to pay off multiple payday loans with one lump sum payment.This way is best when you can afford a single lower monthly payment.This can be a good option when you have collateral and are confident you won’t lose it.

These loans are short-term loans designed to be paid off with your next paycheck. Usually, the total amount of the loan becomes due within two to three weeks after the loan is issued. Most people make a partial payment and then take out a new payday loan to repay the existing balance. Thus, they get into the payday loan trap, and it becomes difficult to eliminate payday loans. Unfortunately, even the most responsible loan borrowers face a situation where they can’t pay the outstanding amount on the due date. They even cannot secure a new loan to cover the difference.

If you can't pay on time, you may start receiving calls from debt collectors. And your outstanding balance will skyrocket due to the very high-interest rates typical to almost all payday loans.

An Extended Payment Plan, or EPP.

An EPP will help you pay off the outstanding balance on your payday loans, usually in four equal installments, without added fees or interest.
Under an EPP, if your payday loan company is a member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), they can't:

  • Compel you to repay the loans
  • Threaten or force you to make immediate payments
  • Charge you additional fees for the extended payment option. In addition, they will be required to give you your next four paydays to repay them

If you have taken a loan from a CFSA member, then you can ask for an EPP. After you submit your application, you’ll get a new statement detailing your modified loan agreement. The terms will indicate the amount of the four equal payments you will need to make over the next four paydays. There will be no new fees or interest charged for these new terms.

You can make payments in cash, or you can use the ACH debit option to have the payments withdrawn automatically from your account on payday. Once you have set up the EPP, you need to inform the lender. Most lenders won’t allow you to change the payment method after you have signed the new agreement.

Under federal law, you can apply for an EPP with each payday lender only once per year. However, state laws vary on this, so you should check the laws in your state. The lender will be obligated to follow the law in your state.
Also, remember that you can’t take out another payday loan until you have paid off the entire amount due on your EPP.

The consequences for failing to pay off your EPP loan can be severe. Your lender may be able to charge you an additional EPP fee, along with other charges and penalties. They can also increase the payment amount you must make each pay period. They can sue you for principal, interest, and penalties, as well. So, it can be a financial disaster that you should try to avoid. Before entering into an EPP, be sure that you can make the payments, and make them on time, every time they’re due.

Carefully read the information on the payday loan lender’s website and look for the CFSA logo.
If the company has a physical address, then it may be better to go in person to see the blue oval logo yourself. It should be prominently on display somewhere in their office.
If the CFSA member agency doesn't agree to give you an Extended Payment Plan, you can call the CFSA Hotline 888-572-9329 between 9 and 5 Eastern Time. You can also register a complaint at the CFSA website.

Last Updated on: Wed, 28 Apr 2021