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Help Student Loan Default – Review. Are They a Scam?

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Company Name Help Student Loan Default / College Education Services Our Impression of What the Company Offers to Consumers I saw an advertisement that claimed people with defaulted student loans could end their default in less than two minutes. That seemed misleading or deceptive since it was not a logically factual statement. It made me want to learn more about ... Read More »

Student Loan Consolidation Assistance Slippery Slope of Compliance

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Recently the site has received a number of great comments about if student loan consolidation assistance services should be regulated or are already regulated under state laws.You can read all the article on this topic, here. When talking about compliance issues for student loan assistance programs the argument seems to come down to one of two statements. We Are Not ... Read More »

Student Loan Consolidation Opportunities and the Best Way to Lower Your Student Loan Payments

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A frequent question we get on GetOutOfDebt.org has to do with student loans. Quite frankly many of them are a financial death sentence and a trap. Student loans are one of the worst debts you can owe. I’m not even sure owing a loan shark is worse based on many of the stories I’ve read from readers. If you owe ... Read More »

Where can I find help for a student loan consolidation?

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I have a masters degree in secondary education and teach high school social studies in Ohio. I am having difficulty managing/finding/consolidating my student loans. Is there an organization I can pay or use to help me do this? Read More »

Drowning in Student Loans?

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If you can’t make payments on your student loans, don’t panic. Don’t just give up and invite default, either. Default means that your credit will be damaged and your loan balance will increase dramatically with the addition of collection fees. And once you default, the holder of your loan will probably grab a portion of your paycheck and nab any ... Read More »

Your Searches and Speed Round Answers

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I was looking through the recent search phrases on the site this morning and thought I’d take a whack at answering some of them quickly so I’m trying a new approach, the speed round. What happens if you do not answer a debt collectors who is an attorney? If you mean answering the phone, you just flow further down the ... Read More »

I Can’t Find a Debt Consolidation options for My TERI Student Loans. – Amanda

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“Dear Steve, I have the current dilemma regarding my student loans. When I first went to college I had to get a loan as soon as possible in order to stay in the dorms, so without proper research, I ended up applying for a $40, 000 private loan through Teri. A year later once realty set in my head that ... Read More »

I’m Drowning in Private Student Loans. – Kathy

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Kathy “Dear Steve, I graduated from an affordable college four years ago with $70K in student debt. Because my parents made $200K per year, but were unwilling to help me pay for college, I was ineligible for sufficient Federal aid, even loans. I was forced to finance college through a private lender, which I was lead to believe adhered to ... Read More »

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