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The Stress From Sallie Mae is Abusive. – Sue

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“Dear Steve, My 28 year old daughter Laurie has incurred over 160,000 in student loans with Sallie Mae. They are relentless and even at times harassing her for payment. They are wanting over 900.00 per month which she is not able to do at her job as a vet tech making 15.00 an hour. She tried moving out for the ... Read More »

I’m Scared, Engaged, Pregnant and Terrified. – Alex

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“Dear Steve, I got married in Sept 201 and unfortunately he ended up being the wrong person and abusive. I am still in the process of getting divorced. I racked up around 30k in credit card debt from the wedding and now for paying household and dily expenses on one income. I am living in the house which is still ... Read More »

I Was in a Severe Abusive Controlling Relationship That Has Left Me In Financial Ruin. – Tammy

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“Dear Jon, I was in a severe controlling relationship, through abuse, infidelity and financial ruins. My husband and I separated and divorced, and we went from a mutual agreement to share our enormous debt, to me stuck with everything that even a court order can’t protect me from. My credit is beyond destroyed, and I am pleading with RBC legal ... Read More »

CFPB Lays Out What It Will Look For as an Abusive or Deceptive Practice

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has released material which lays out how it will investigate and/or identify unfair, deceptive or abusive acts and practices. This has a serious impact on the entire debt relief industry, non-profits included. The rules and regulations, to me, appear to be clear that the underlying issue is if the material and activities by the ... Read More »

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