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The Student Loan Help Center – Review. Are They a Scam?

Company Name

The Student Loan Help Center

Our Impression of What the Company Offers to Consumers

Student loan assistance help for a fee.

Address

2634 Cypress Ridge Blvd.
Suite 104
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

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Additional Contact Information

Phone: 866-945-2201

Company Description

“We offer Federal Student Loan Consolidation Services. Our Financial Counselors will work with you to maximize your savings and help you regain control of your student loan debt once again.” – Source

Management

General Manager – Bruce Mesnekof – Source

Company Information

The Student Loan Help Center is in fact a registered fictitious name for:

BRELVIS CONSULTING, LLC
27203 FERN GLADE CT
WESLEY CHAPEL, FL 33544

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Brelvis Consulting, LLC is owned by Bruce Mesnekoff.

Services

Student loan services.

Relationships

No other relationships found.

Interesting Points

Bruce Mesnekoff is potentially the same person named in this 1996 SEC disclosure. I asked his PR rep to confirm or deny but at the time of this publication I had not heard back.

Website

The Student Loan Help Center | Top Student Loan Help Network

Domain Information

thestudentloanhelpcenter.com

Our Opinion After Review

We previously wrote a guide on what companies should offer in a fair and consumer friendly student loan service program. Please read How to Run a Clean Student Loan Assistance Program. In addition we provide the following guides to check out debt relief companies:

  1. The Ultimate Consumer Guide to Checking Out a Debt Relief Company Before You Sign On the Line
  2. How to Check Out a Business or Company to Avoid Getting Scammed or Ripped Off
  • Program Fees Clearly Stated on Site: No
  • Client Agreement Clearly Available on Site: No
  • States Consumers Can Contact Department of Education Directly to Consolidate and Reduce Payments for Free: No
  • Provides clear link to Department of Education Loan Options: No
  • Provides Historical Performance Statistics: No
  • Clearly Identifies Management/Officers on Site: No
  • Company is Clearly Registered to Business: No

It is our opinion the program reviewed here DOES NOT MEET OUR RECOMMENDED STANDARDS.

Scam, Complaint, Review or Praise

Consumers:

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For Those Looking for Student Loan Resources

Before you pay any company for assistance with your student loans, be sure to check out our free student loan assistance links and guides below.

Student Loan Resources

You can use the following student loan resources to help reorganize, discharge or forgive your student loan payments.

The Overall Guide to Dealing With Student Loan Debt

Get Help For Your Student Loan Problem

Discharge Your Student Loans in Bankruptcy

Getting Sued Over a Student Loan

Private Student Loan Help

Student Loan Default

Student Loan Forgiveness and Discharge Information

Watch Out for Student Loan Assistance Programs

Administrative Wage Garnishment

Student Loan Consolidation Information

Specific Federal Student Loan Repayment Program Information

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  • Todd Walden

    They offered to reduce my payment but the new payment adds $50K to my student loan debt and a $500.00 fee, I will negotiate with Sallie Mae directly.

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