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Client KB1 from UT saved $9,099

Client Situation

Debt Enrolled: $19,958
Creditor Enrolled: 32
Debt Processed: $18,021
Debt Settled: $5,888
Total Saved: $9,099
Enrollment Date: 03 Jan, 2013
Type of Debt: Online Payday Loan, Personal Unsecured Line of Credit, Credit Card
Financial Coach:
Client Relationship:

Details of few savings:

How OVLG handled the situation?

KB was facing a lot of difficulties with her finances for a long time. After going through many companies, she finally came across Oak View Law Group. KB spoke with Austin Butler, one of the Financial Coach, who explained her the program and cleared all the doubts KB had. KB signed up in January 2013. Her file was transferred to Ray Smith. Ray spoke with KB and understood the financial difficulty she was going through and negotiated with the creditors accordingly. KB started making the monthly payments from January towards her escrow account in order to build up funds to pay off the 25 creditors she had enrolled with OVLG. Within two month, Ray had settled one account for only 36% of the outstanding balance. KB has her remaining 13 creditors under negotiations and expects them to be settled soon. She has shared his experience with us, he was very happy with the responses, for his questions and any update on the accounts.

Video Transcription

Hi my name is kat and I am one of Ray Smith's clients. He's my account manager I guess...and he has done a very good job so far. He's been working with me for about eight months and whenever I have a question he answeres it. He gets back to me as soon as possible and he's really do a lot to help me out so I appreciate it and I just want to spread the word of what a great job he does..thanks
  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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