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Client Situation

Debt Enrolled: $1624.52
Creditor Enrolled: 2
Debt Processed: $812.26
Debt Settled: $365.00
Total Saved: $335.45
Enrollment Date: 25 Nov, 2013
Type of Debt: Credit Card
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Details of few savings

Saved $447.26 with Bill me Later

How OVLG handled the situation?

NP contacted Oak View Law Group to handle one of her credit card accounts. She was assisted by Vincent Jackson, who explained to her the process and finally she got herself enrolled in the program in the month of November 2013. As she joined the program, her file was assigned to her case manager, Kenneth Clark. After receiving the client's first payment in the month of December, 2013 Kenneth started working on her file and after negotiating with her creditor he successfully settled her account within less then four months giving her an approximate savings of around 55% on the total balance.

NP is very satisfied with OVLG'S services as she received the results very quickly on her file. She is no more getting calls from her creditor as OVLG has taken over her case in a proper way.


* 1. Client names have been changed to protect privacy.
2. Out of the many cases we handle, the above are few sample instances only. These depict how much we have saved from each creditor after deducting the settlement fees.
3. Please note that the negotiation amount is neither constant nor predictable. It depends on the creditors completely.
4. Out of the total 18466 clients managed by OVLG till date, cases of 820 clients aren't complete yet. 13167 clients have dropped out of the program. We're working with 2379 clients currently. We have also helped 2100 clients successfully.
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