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Sallie Mae – Consumer Complaint – February 20, 2013

Consumer Statement:

Long story short, I was called a few years back by Sallie Mae to make higher payments on a student loan I co-signed for, since $150.00/mo was taking too long for them. I told them that I couldn’t afford it. I asked if they were refusing my payment and was told that they were until they were increased monthly. I told them that they could consider the loan null and void for non-payment. So they sued me and are garnering my wages.

I was being taped on their end of the conversation but I doubt they will be willing to give up that information.

Consumer Action Taken:

There can be no resolution if they will not accept your payment.

Date This Problem Happened: November 30, 2006

State You Live in: Pennsylvania

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-36

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $32,000

Company Name: Sallie Mae

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number:

Website of Company: salliemae.com


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