NELNET, INC. – CFPB Complaint ID 2555128

Date Received: 2017-06-21T00:00:00

Product: Federal student loan debt

Issue: Took or threatened to take negative or legal action

Consumer Consent Provided to Share Complaint: Consent provided

Consumer Complaint: XX/XX/XXXX and again on XX/XX/XXXX I request under California Ci val Code # 2943, that the servicer Nelnet provide within 21 days : a ) Certified copy of the Promissory note ( the original student loan ) with any modifiactions there to, including all endorsements, allonges or other indicia of transfers and negotiations since the note was signed ; b ) Certified copy of the recorded loan with any modifications thereto, including all other indicia of assignments of beneficial interest ; c ) Claimed unpaid balance of the loan ( full accounting from loan inclination to date of demand including but not limited to interest rate charge dates and changed rate – i.e. amortization table format ) ; d ) Claimed amounts paid ( indica of consideration ) for transfers of beneficial interest and dates of those paid amounts ( ” for value received ” ), admissible evidence of an actual transaction ; e ) Current variable interest rate of teh loan along with history of changes thereto and thereof : f ) The end of the term of the loan ; What I received on XX/XX/XXXX was an account summary for XXXX XXXX prepared XX/XX/XXXX with a start date of XX/XX/XXXX ( not XX/XX/XXXX ) for loan # 1 with a principal balance of {$5500.00} and loan # 2 with a principal balance of {$3500.00}. I can not reconcile all my loan payments since inception and if they were applied correctly.Most interesting and alarming is that in the servicer ‘s response was a 1 page Application and Promissory Note ( not in my hand writing -very unusual ) date stamped XX/XX/XXXX and page 2 with my signature dated XX/XX/XXXX which looks like it maybe part of a Promissory Note. Question HOW DOES A LOAN GET FUNDED PRIOR TO AN APPLICATION BEING SUBMITTED AND APPROVED??????? This is what alerted me to potential fraud and that servicer has no standing or pretend lender has no standing in the alleged note. I therefore made 2 demands to Nelnet to refund the amount paid to Nelnet on loan # 1 {$6600.00} and loan # 2 {$4200.00}.

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Company: NELNET, INC.

State/Zip: CA 920XX

Company Response to Complaint: Closed with explanation

Was Company Response Timely: Yes

Did Consumer Dispute Company Response: N/A

Complaint ID: 2555128

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