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Consumer Assistance Project Website Raises Real Concerns. Be Careful.

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A reader just submitted a complaint report about a company called Consumer Assistance Project. The consumer said the company said that for a fee they could “help eliminate debt and because I am a teacher, it was to be very successful.” The fee charged is alleged to be $5,698. This of course raised substantial red flags for me since there ... Read More »

Student Loan Assistance Report Out. Shows Danger of Such Programs.

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The National Consumer Law Center has just released their latest report. This one is all about student loan assistance programs. While I have been reporting about this new debt relief solution, the NCLC report goes into more detail. I was happy to see they referenced a number of the articles I’ve written in the footnotes. The report is titled “SEARCHING ... Read More »

Is Student Loan Relief a Legitimate Company to Help Me With My Student Loans? – Andrew

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“Dear Steve, My wife has defaulted on a student loan (federal). We just received a first call from a collection agency. (Performant Recovery Inc.) They stated we have 48 hours to supply them with all bank statements for 2012 and fill out a very personal form. We are not making enough money to pay this off. We have two children ... Read More »

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