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New York Goes After Companies Offering Student Loan Assistance

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today that his newly established Student Protection Unit took its first official action by issuing subpoenas to 13 student debt relief companies as part of an investigation into concerns about potentially misleading advertising, improper fees, and other consumer protection problems in that industry. In particular, the Department of Financial Services’ (DFS) Student Protection Unit is ... 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 »

Tell Me About US Student Loan Services

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A new debt relief company selling student loan debt help has come across my desk. I’d love to hear from you if you’ve used their service or have been through the sales presentation. The company is US Student Loan Services and is on the web at usstudentloanconsolidation.org. When new companies like this appear I’m really interested in your feedback on ... Read More »

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