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Client EC from CA saved $859

Client Situation

Debt Enrolled: $5,010
Creditor Enrolled: 8
Debt Processed: $2,416
Debt Settled: $1,270
Total Saved: $859
Enrollment Date: 26 Sep, 2011
Type of Debt: Online Payday Loan, Store Front Payday Loan
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Client Relationship:

Details of few savings:

How OVLG handled the situation?

EC signed up with Oak View Law Group on September 29, 2011 and made his first payment on the very next day after understanding the entire debt relief procedure. However, as soon as he accumulated enough funds in his trust account, we settled his Ace Cash Express account. In the month of December, we managed to settle four of his payday loans.

As of now, we have settled five out of his eight accounts with an average settlement rate of 54 % and offered him savings of around $740. Eric has got two other payday loans for us to settle and we are negotiating with them in order to come up with good results for him. He is very satisfied with our services so far and it is what he has revealed through this video review.

Video Transcription

Hello, my name is **********. I just want to thank Norman Augustine of Oak View Law Group for taking care and handling my situation with all my loans. He has taken care of six of my loans within the past three months and those are all taking care of them done with and I only have two outstanding loans which he's working on at this time as well and I just want to take the time to thank him and for all his time and effort and the times I've called to ask him questions, he's been really good at answering them. So thanks again Norman Augustine for taking care of your client and again this is *********** and thank you Norman. Goodbye.

  1. * We have changed clients' names to protect their privacy.

  2. The aforementioned are only a few examples of the various cases we deal with. After deducting the settlement fees, these show how much we saved from each creditor.

  3. Please note that the settled amount is neither consistent nor predictable, and it depends on the creditors.

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