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Our Partnership with Orchard Law

Century has established a partnership with Orchard Law to support the effort to settle enrolled accounts with certain creditors. There are a few creditors that have policies in place mandating they will not work with Century (or any other debt settlement provider) directly unless an authorized attorney is involved. This is when we call on Orchard Law to help!

If a Century client has a settlement opportunity with one of these creditors, we obtain your authorization and enlist the Orchard Law team to negotiate the account with the creditor. There are benefits of using Orchard Law for you and your program.

As a reminder, every settlement requires an authorization prior to us remitting funds to the creditor. These offers are time-sensitive, we will reach out to you immediately once we have the offer and will need for you to respond timely.

Your Benefits with Orchard Law

No Additional Fees: Any Orchard Law's services will be provided with NO ADDITIONAL FEES to you (our client);

Simpler Negotiations: Orchard Law makes the negotiation process with more difficult Creditors much easier;

Experienced Team: The combination of Century and Orchard Law provides a strong combination of experience as we work on your behalf to negotiate with these creditors.

Please Note: Orchard Law will not be able to speak with you, or in any way provide you with any legal advice, legal services, or legal representation; it will only communicate with specific creditors you owe to resolve debts.

To get started, download the authorization document. Once downloaded, please complete the signature portion with a notary and return to Century.

You must have the document notarized in order to start the Orchard benefit process.

Where to Find a Notary
AAA,  Banks, Law Firms or Law Offices, Real Estate Firms or Real Estate Offices, Tax Preparer or Accountant Offices, Photocopy Shops, Parcel Shipping Stores, Auto tag and license service centers