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Our client owed 11 different creditors a total of $73,275.00. During the course of a 9-month period, we negotiated this debt down and our client paid a total of $29,294.94 to fully settle all 11 accounts. Our client realized a savings of 60% of the total balance due on these accounts.
Settled private student loan debt due to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust. Client owed in excess of $77,892 and had been sued due to non-payment. Negotiated settlement of $39,000, payable over a 60-month term, with no interest. (this is a 50% settlement of the total due).
Settled private student loan debt due to National Collegiate Student Loan Trust. Client owed $48,729 and had been sued due to non-payment. Negotiated settlement of $25,000, payable over a 60-month term, with no interest. (Approximately 50% settlement of the total due).
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