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October 2016 NEWSLETTER

Client Success Stories!
  • Credit Card Debt Relief - Our client owed American Express $3,369.00. AMEX sent her account to Nationwide Credit, which is one of their collection agencies. Nationwide originally requested that she pay 60% of this balance to have the account considered settled in full. After a series of phone calls back and forth, explaining that our client is unemployed, Nationwide agreed to accept approximately 30% of the balance, which came out to $1,050.00. We saved our client $2,319.00 on this account. 
 
  • Student Loan Debt Relief Our client owed both Federal and Private Student Loans when she entered into a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy over 5 years ago. She successfully completed her Bankruptcy, but unfortunately, the student loan debt remained. Arrowood Indemnity had retained Sunrise Credit Services to continue collection efforts on one of her private student loans.  It didn’t take long for Sunrise Credit to come out of the woodworks and start demanding payment of the $4,647.65, which did not get discharged in the Bankruptcy. We immediately stepped in and negotiated to settle this student loan debt for $2,637.50.  We saved our client a little over $2,000.00 (about 43% of the amount due) on the Private Student Loan. Even though you may not be able to discharge a student loan in bankruptcy, it is still possible to settle this lingering debt for less than full balance. We are pleased to be able to deliver this result for our client!
 
  • Private Student Loan Debt Relief Our client owed  $42,579.00 on her Private Student Loans, which had been purchased by a third party debt buyer. When the new owner of this debt could not collect, it served her with two separate lawsuits and sought to obtain a judgment on these loans. Once retained, we were able to negotiate a settlement of $25,200, payable over 72 months ($350.00 per month). We saved our client a little over $17,300, payable over an extended term that she could afford to pay on a monthly basis. We did this without ever having to appear in Court to deal with the lawsuit filed by Plaintiff.
 
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