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Client SH1 from IL saved $2,649

Client Situation

Debt Enrolled: $6,952
Creditor Enrolled: 6
Debt Processed: $8,469
Debt Settled: $4,937
Total Saved: $2,649
Enrollment Date: 19 Jul, 2011
Type of Debt: Credit Card, Accounts in Collection
Financial Coach:
Client Relationship:

Details of few savings:

How OVLG handled the situation?

SH approached to Oak View Law Group on 07/19/2011 and got herself enrolled in the Debt Settlement Program after deciding upon the right remedy for her debt relief. She started making her monthly payments from 07/27/2011 towards her escrow account in order to build up funds to pay off the 5 credit card debts that she had enrolled with OVLG. She was making small monthly payments towards the program, which she could afford after going through some serious surgeries back in 2010. Many of her debts were about to be reviewed for legal escalation; however, OVLG had been able to safeguard the consumer by successfully settling the accounts at the right time. Matthew Harris, her Relationship Manager, has been taking care of her file very diligently and has settled the last creditor that she owed, by July 2013. As of now, she is paying them off as per the settlement agreement, at a reduced pay-off. Stacy is really happy with all that OVLG and Matthew has done to get her finances back on track and has shared her experience with us in this video.

Video Transcription

Hi my name is SH1 and Mathew Harris was my rep. He represented me well. I would like to thank him for find rights and everything and finally get me out of this debt I was messing with. I do appreciate all of his time and hard work. He really work hard since last 5 years. Matthew you're the best, thank you so much, have a great day

  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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