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Does OVLG settle with the American Express? I have tried to contact them for settling 6 credit cards but nothing has been finalized yet. Do you have their phone number?

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American Express has lots of repayment programs for you. You can choose any one of them. These programs can help to lower the interest rate so that you can make small monthly payments and make your account current. These monthly payment plans may extend up to 12 months.

Make sure you don’t opt for a short-term repayment plan if your financial problems aren’t going to be solved soon. There is no guarantee that Amex will allow you to make lower monthly payments even after the short term plan is up. This means you have to pay a higher amount once again.

Amex works with credit counselors who can help to reduce your interest and monthly payments. So, you can work with counselors when you’re 1 or 2 months delinquent on your cards.

Are you past due on your credit cards for more than 4 months? If yes, then there is a chance that Amex has already assigned your accounts to debt collection agencies. In that case, you need to negotiate with the third party collection agency.

OVLG has settled many Amex accounts in the past. We are well aware of the American express credit card debt settlement policies. You can check our success stories section and have a look at the latest negotiations, American Express credit card debt settlement offers and agreements.

Last but not the least, here is the American Express phone number. You can call at - 800-939-8357 to get payment quote from Amex.

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