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It’s Official Now, Student Loan Assistance is the New Debt Settlement

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This week has been a big week for the student loan assistance niche. Not only were groups like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal publishing articles about this vertical but a tipster (send in your tips here) just pointed out the Scott Law Group in Washington State is on the hunt for harmed consumers. And let’s not forget ... Read More »

USAvsDEBT, USDC Student Loan Services and Student Loan Consolidation Center Signup

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The Association for Student Loan Relief has shared new member flocking to the association focused on selling student loan relief services to consumers. Current members include AP Student Loan Relief, Action Financial, Debt.org, Student Loan Consolidation Center, American Student Loan Consolidators, US Student Loan Services, USAvsDebt, USDC Student Loan Services, Frontline Debt Services. – Source As always, for consumers who ... Read More »

Association for Student Loan Relief Forms. Game On.

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For companies interested in selling student loan debt relief it appears a new organization has formed, led by noted debt relief attorney Robby Birnbaum of Greenspoon Marder. The group, Association for Student Loan Relief (AFSLR) is holding their first meeting in Las Vegas on December 12, 2013 at Mandalay Bay. Early sponsors of the association are listed as Greenspoon Marder, ... Read More »

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