Want to reduce your Wells Fargo debt?

Wells Fargo Bank NA is an underwriter for a variety of credit products, including business credit cards.

Example Settlement With Wells Fargo

Our law firm was retained by a husband and wife that incurred a debt of over $50,000 on their Wells Fargo credit card. Many of the transactions on the account were related to business expenses. Their business stagnated as a result of the economic recession, and they were unable to maintain their payments. Furthermore, one of the client's was experiencing serious medical conditions.

After a series of negotiations, our lawyers were able to achieve a settlement of only $8000.00, to be paid in two monthly payments. This arrangement amounts to a debt reduction of nearly 85% off the balance, and a savings of over $42,000.

Although this result is not typical, it is an example of what could be achieved under the right set of circumstances. No two cases are the same, and each negotiation is conducted independantly. Prior results are not indicative or, and do not guarantee, future performance.

How Can A Lawyer Help?

Our attorneys fight to get the best deal available for each and every client. We understand how to use our client's hardship as leverage to negotiate debt reductions. We can also provide advice and defense in the event the debt goes into legal status. In the event settlement is not an option, we may advise our client on the possibility of discharging the debt in bankruptcy. Call to learn how our lawyers can help you resolve your credit card debt with Wells Fargo Bank.


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