Mission Hills Federal – Consumer Complaint – June 25, 2018

Consumer Statement:

Mission Hills Federal Student Loan Company. They changed the name of their company from National Secure Processing. I checked them out and they are not legitimate.

Consumer Action Taken:

I have not contacted them but I am going to go to My bank and file a Scam report.

Date This Problem Happened: May 5, 2017

State You Live in: Ohio

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $218

Company Name: Mission Hills Federal

Company Address:

6A Liberty
Aliso Viejo, Ca 92656

Company Telephone Number: 877-242-8670

Website of Company: missionhillsfederal.com

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7 thoughts on “Mission Hills Federal – Consumer Complaint – June 25, 2018”

  1. Nothing. I just found out they are scamming me. The rep told me i’m Just paying the interest. I went thru a third party and this is the company that bought them out.

    • So here is where I’m confused. Are you now saying none of your monthly payment to them is going towards your student loan payment? Or is your payment going towards some fee for their service? By the way, if you owe money on federal student loans you can check the status of your loans by going to the National Student Loan Data System website https://nsldsfap.ed.gov/nslds_FAP/ and login. I’d be interested to know what the actual status of your loans is.

  2. I’m in the exact same situation as you but my loan is $369 per month. What advice would you give to me. I don’t know where to begin. My balance for my student loan keeps getting highter and the representative told me I needed to pay $ 500 just for the interest. Any thoughts would help.


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