National Student Servicing Scam Reporter

National Student Servicing – Consumer Complaint – December 9, 2014

Consumer Complaint Submission
Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

I was told I would have my payments reduced by paying the $600 over 3 months to have my student loans paid in 10 years. That is false and my loans won[‘t be paid for 20 years. Total rip off.

Consumer Action Taken:

I have contacted them 10 to 15 times over 4 months and they said they could not guarantee the result for which they charged me, only that they could consolidate my loan. I did not need help with that but rather help with getting my loan done in 10 years.

Date This Problem Happened: June 1, 2014

State You Live in: Wisconsin

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $600

Company Name: National Student Servicing

Company Address:

4 Hutton Centre Suite 220
Santa Ana, CA 92707

Company Telephone Number: 866-740-6035

Website of Company: nationalstudentservicing.com


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2 Comments

  • Don’t know wtf this woman is saying but I signed up my son for this program. I paid a 499.00 fee. So far I am happy with what’s going on as my son will be paying 119.00 a month for 20 years. This is based on the unsubsidized loans which accrue interest. Subsidized loans don’t. The Government pays for that. I gather this woman didn’t pay attention and she listed a 600 fee to pay off in 3 months when in fact that’s a LIE. The fee is 499 as with any Student Consolidated program under the Obama Student relief Program. Many options to repay. A base amount or an income based amount which is based on your income. Gotta think this woman as I said didn’t pay attention or was smokin some weed at the time it was explained to her or maybe she was flat out drunk

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