CFPB Complaint

Navient Solutions – CFPB Complaint ID 2439223

Consumer Complaint Submission

Date Received: 2017-04-17T00:00:00

Product: Non-federal student loan

Issue: Can’t repay my loan

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: I have been dealing with Navient trying to repay my loan for over 2 years now. They have been nothing but rude and unhelpful every single time I have to call them about my loans and I end up in tears by the end of the conversation. I am a single mother of XXXX children and am only able to work part time. I have a co-signer on XXXX of the loans but she is a small business owner, still raising children and can not help me at all with my payments, but Navient seems to think that money just grows on trees. I have to make two separate payments every month, one for {$93.00} and the other for {$160.00}, I bring home {$120.00} a week..that ‘s {$480.00} per month and I have to pay rent and put gas in my car to get to work. But it gets better, Navient seems to think that the money I receive from Child Support for my children should be used to pay for my student loan every month. This is what has sent me over the edge with this company. They are taking 85 % of my earned income every single month and they think the money I receive to feed and cloth my children should be used for myself instead of them? I have a few choice words for Navient because I am not one of those mothers who thinks its appropriate to use child support money for anything other than my children. I will be writing a letter to President Trump regarding the unethical use of children ‘s money to pay student loan debt by these rude sharks. Child Support is not my income, my part time job is my income and I am deeply offended by the fact that this company thinks they have a right to money that is for my children. We can circle back to the XXXX these rude customer service people who talk to me like a piece of dirt cause me every time I call asking for their help. I am not trying to default on my loans, I have already filed bankruptcy and my credit is nothing but I am trying, in good faith, to pay back my debt and they are literally robbing me. I just want someone to listen, someone who cares that they taking child support money away from children with separated parents. My children already have it bad enough only having one parent and Navient wants to take it a step further and rob them of money they are entitled to for their own selfish gain. I only made {$15000.00} last year and will only make {$5000.00} this year, Navient will take over {$3000.00} from me, more than half of my earned income. This is not right, this is going to negatively impact my innocent children and this is so, so wrong. Please hear my concerns..Please assure me that something is going to be done about this unethical use of child support monies by this company. I just want to be heard and I want my daughters ‘ child support money to be used for what is intended to be used for.

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Company: Navient Solutions, LLC.

State/Zip: OH 440XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: No

Complaint ID: 2439223

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