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July 26, 2016 Eltman Law

FAQ: Ways to Pay Your Account

We want payment to be as stress free and simple as possible. No matter how you prefer to pay your bills, we have several payment options you can use to pay your account with us.

Our payment options include:

  • Online payment
  • Pay by card over the phone at 877-439-8800
  • Mail a physical check to our business address
  • Check by phone at 877-439-8800
  • Bank wire transfer
  • Western Union money transfer

What’s the best way to pay my account?

When in doubt, you can always call our customer service line at 877-439-8800. Our friendly customer service representatives are always available to help you with any questions regarding your balance and payment options. Just tell a consumer representative your story, and they will help walk you through the most convenient payment option for you.

All customer service calls are answered in-house by professional customer service representatives at our New Jersey headquarters.

Do I have to pay the full balance?

Each case is handled differently, but many of our clients are open to negotiation. Our customer service representatives often work with consumers like you and our clients to reduce the overall amount of money consumers must spend to resolve their balance. To find out your options for your individual case, please call 877-439-8800 with your Eltman case number and tell the representative you’d like to negotiate the balance.

Do I have to pay it all at once?

We know that a large balance can be too much to pay all at once. Our customer service representatives regularly work with consumers to establish reasonable payment plans to resolve the balance over time. Payments can be scheduled monthly and made by debit card or by physical check.

I want to pay, but it’s too hard for me to pay right now. What should I do?

If a specific economic emergency is making it impossible for you to pay the amount due, we can help. Eltman Law offers hardship and deferment programs for consumers in need of help. All hardship cases are evaluated on a one-by-one basis, and you can apply for a hardship exemption by filling out the form on this page.

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