SO contacted OVLG to settle all his credit card debts in the month of November 2009. His Client Intake Manager was Peter Simon. He explained to him the entire program and answered all his doubts and queries. Finally, after having complete knowledge of the entire process, he decided to enroll himself in the program. The file was then transferred to his Case Manager Oscar Sanchez in order to deal with his creditors.
Oscar started working on his file in November 2009 when we received the first payment from him, and the legal documents (POAa) were sent to all the creditors. In the month of January 2010, he managed to settle his two accounts with Associated Recovery Systems and Bank of America (Visa) for 31% and 50%.
The third account was settled in the month of April 2010 with Integrity Advance for 40%.
The last and final account was settled on May 2010 with HP Home & Home Office for 42% and hence the client became debt free in just 7 months.
So, making this video for Rachel Jacobs, who is my client relationship manager and I would like to thank her and Oak View Law Group for all the assistance they have given me with consolidating all of my debts and stopping all my creditors from calling me and I know I am not the easiest client to have since I have spent most of the time working and Rachel has been more than helpful with me. As for my lack of communication and helping me get my life back together and I want to thank you guys for all your help and if there is any kind of forms or other feedback that you require on her, I will be more than happy to fill all of it out. In very positive manner, she has done well beyond what I originally expected from this law group to assist me in consolidating debt. I want to thank you personally Rachel for all your assistance.
* 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.