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Client JU from TX saved $2,560

Client Situation

Debt Enrolled: $6,490
Creditor Enrolled: 5
Debt Processed: $6,282
Debt Settled: $2,867
Total Saved: $2,560
Enrollment Date: 18 May, 2012
Type of Debt: Accounts in Collection, Store Front Payday Loan
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How OVLG handled the situation?

JU contacted Oak View Law Group at the time when he was getting a lot of harassing calls from his creditors. The financial crisis that he was in made things worse. JU called OVLG to simply gain some information about the program. Sara Perez helped him understand the program and its benefits. JU decided to join OVLG in May’12, hoping it will make his situation better. Roger Sampson, his file manager started working on the file after the first payment was received in the month of June. Roger has already settled three of the four payday loans in just 6 months. JU now has just one account left to be debt free. JU is very satisfied with the services that he has received and the way his case was treated as a priority. He acknowledges the same through this testimonial and expects to complete the program very soon.

Video Transcription

Hello Mr. Sampson this ******** I am actually one of your clients at OVLG. Just wanted to say thank you so much for the program that you have there. As we know sometimes there are certain moments, financially speaking where you need an option, you need a some type of a, assistance and it's good to know that at OVLG they have representatives that are able to help you and really easy to give you some peace of mind and again I want to thank you Mr. Sampson for giving us that opportunity and our family now, are headed in the right direction.

  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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