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I’m Thinking of Going to Work for Oak View Law Group. What Should I Do? – Angela

I am considering going to work with oak view law group but have heard horribly bad things about the company. What should I do about my design?

Angela

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  • Jmiller

    stand for what you believe and always look for the good in yourself and others…

  • Trudy

    Hi Angela,

    First I would make sure that what your hearing is from reliable sources. Do your research and weigh all the facts. Then lastly go with your “gut” feeling. If it still doesn’t feel right then maybe it would be best to not work with them. Sometimes the best advice we get is from ourselves and what that inner voice is saying.
    I wish you the best.

  • Msullivan

    Angela,

    The group has a C rating with the better Business Bureau and certainly would not be the worst debt settlement firm. Complaints are common in the debt settlement industry because  settlement frequently fails and people get angry.

    Perhaps your real concern is the industry rather than the company. I know nothing of your interests, talents or job opportunities but I would encourage you to employ the “gut test.” If a job doesn’t feel right, there is probably a reason and you should address that reason before accepting the job. That unsettled feeling in the pit of your stomach when you try to sleep is your body’s way of telling you that something is wrong. Of course it may also be hunger because you don’t have a job so don’t over think the situation.  

    Good Luck! 

  • Melody

    They are the fairest price attorney directed debt company that I know of and the only attorney debt firm that publishes and updates their success metrics. I am not sure anyone is publishing and updating their success metrics other than these guys any more.

    What design are you working on? Sounds like you are contract designer?

  • Kalani

    Hi Angela,

    Where have you heard horribly bad things about my law firm? Can you please give me some references?

    In my knowledge we are the only law firm with:

    1. Fees disclosed publicly on the site. Please see: https://www.ovlg.com/services/fees.html

    2. A 100% customer satisfaction or money refund policy. Please see: https://www.ovlg.com/money-back-guarantee/

    3. A dedicated client service representative for every one of our clients.

    4. Over 50 video testimonials posted on our site. Please see: https://www.ovlg.com/reviews/

    5. Full transperancy disclosures including the client agreement posted on the site. Please see: https://www.ovlg.com/transparency/

    Once again I work very hard to run a good law firm which helps our clients.

    If you have any further questions you can reach out to me directly on my email address [email protected] or you can call my assistant Nick at 916-745-8104.

    Best Regards,
    V. Kalani

    • http://GetOutOfDebt.org Steve Rhode

      Thanks for commenting for the reader. OVLG never gets enough praise for the openness and transparency you embrace and deliver to consumers. Keep up the good work.

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