NSLFC

NSLFC – Consumer Complaint – August 28, 2018

Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

I’m not sure I’ve been scammed yet. I’ll find out in October. I, too, dealt with NSLFC, working with Alex and Justin Lopez. They did all the paperwork for my Parents Plus loans and my 2 children’s student loans. We currently have no payments due. I was told that we would need to renew every year for the 120 months, in order to stay in the loan forgiveness program. I just tried to call to get some information for the renewals coming up. All the numbers for NSLFC and Alex are out of service. Just praying I didn’t screw up the kids credit.

Consumer Action Taken:

Trying to find a phone number?

Date This Problem Happened: October 24, 2017

State You Live in: Florida

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $2,100

Company Name: NSLFC

Company Address:

3435 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Company Telephone Number: 844-307-3375

Website of Company: fed-help.org


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2 Comments

    • Sitting back and hoping while you wait might be the wrong approach to take. I would suggest you reach out to your federal student loan servicer and verify the current status of your account and make sure they have your correct contact information since you say NSLFC has gone missing.

      You describe a 120-month program but that sounds like the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program that is only qualified for people in certain public service positions. More information can be found at https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/repay-loans/forgiveness-cancellation/public-service

      You also said these are Parent Plus loans but worried about harming your kids credit. Keep in mind Parent Plus loans are not the obligation or liability of the child. They are the sole liability of the parent who took out the loan.

      For an income-driven payment plan for Parent Plus loan you would have had to consolidate the loans into a new Direct Loan and then opt for the Income Contingent Repayment plan. You should have also completed and submitted this form to get an idea if your employment qualifies for forgiveness. https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/sites/default/files/public-service-employment-certification-form.pdf

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