SH contacted Oak View Law Group to settle his debts in the month of April 2010. His Client Intake Manager was Stephanie Shepherd. She explained the entire program to him and answered all his doubts and queries. Finally, with complete knowledge of the entire process he decided to enroll himself in the program. The file was then transferred to his Case Manager Sandra Gibson in order to deal with his creditors.
Sandra started working on his file in the month of April 2010 when we received the first payment from the client's end and sent all the legal documents (POAa) to all the creditors. She settled his first account on May 2010 with Fast and Reliable Cash for 30%. The second account was settled in the month of June 2010 with Blackcard for 33%. Another three of his accounts were settled in the month of July 2010 with SDS Processing/ASAP Processing, Kenwood Services, Cash in A Dash for 21%, 49% and on the last account, payment arrangement has been provided. Hence, we are still negotiating on the other accounts and the client is moving ahead towards a debt free life.
Hello, my name is _________. I have been with Oak View for about 2 months. My representative is Sandra Gibson and she has been wonderful, she has been very kind. Sandra has been very helpful, Oak View has taken care of everything, and peace of mind. Sandra always gives me peace of mind, she has been really wonderful. Oak View has been, as people say, God sent. Living from paycheck to paycheck, my wife and my family have seen a lot of things and hopefully everything is going to work out, as right now everything has been great. I strongly encourage you to contact them and see what they can do for you. They have been great for me and once again thank you Sandra. I really appreciate.
* We have changed clients' names to protect their privacy.
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.
Please note that the settled amount is neither consistent nor predictable, and it depends on the creditors.