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How Do I Get My Everest College Student Loan Credit I’m Owed

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“Dear Steve, I was one of the Everest Students of Anaheim where they illegally forced us into multiple loans including their private Loan company Genesis. They lied to me on multiple occasions, and forced me to take out more money on my loan AFTER they told me I was graduating that month, only to find out they “forgot” I missed ... Read More »

    My Bipolar Ex-Husband Can’t Help With My Stafford Student Loan

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    “Dear Steve, I divorced my ex in June of 2007. At the time of our divorce there was a Stafford student loan owing from when I attended college in 2001. Since my divorce, I have adopted my youngest granddaughter and am raising her on my own. In addition, my ex has been homeless and diagnosed bi-polar and requires medication. I ... Read More »

      I’ve Been a Lifelong Educator and Want My Loans Forgiven

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      “Dear Steve, I have many student loans from being a foster child and providing for my own education. As a teacher and principal, then special education autism specialist, you are always having to get more credentials, thus I ended up going back to school and getting several masters and almost my PhD. I tried to have them forgiven as I ... Read More »

        Mystery Minister Mired in Massive Navient Student Loans

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        “Dear Steve, I have both federal and private student loans that are jointly signed by my parents and I. My private loans are around 76K and the federal loans are around 22K. The private loans’ interest rate is variable and can change: between 3.25 and 4.25 percent. My federal loans are 2.88 percent. The company I have borrowed from is ... Read More »

          My Husband Ran Off With Another Woman and Left Me in Student Loan Debt

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          “Dear Steve, My husband took off with another woman. Our house is now in foreclosure and our daughter had to quit college because my ex messed up loan application paperwork. We took out Student Plus loans done in my name because he was overseas when the paperwork needed to be signed, but part of the divorce settlement stated HE WAS ... Read More »

            The Credit Union Won’t Lower My Son’s Student Loan Interest Rate

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            “Dear Steve, Too much student debt and banks wont help. My son has a few student loans. One of them is from a credit union with an interest rate of 9.5% The payments are $658 for the next 25 years!! We have asked them to lower the rate, so he can make the payments, but they said they can’t. My ... Read More »

              The Statute of Limitations Has Expired on My Sallie Mae Student Loans

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              “Dear Steve, I took out 4 student loans in 2005, 2 Federal and 2 Private. I am current and making payments on the Federal, but my 2 private loans with Sallie Mae have more than tripled in size since 2007. Sallie Mae is trying to say I made a payment in 2009, but there is conflicting information on my credit ... Read More »

                I Don’t Want to Pay My Parent PLUS Loan Anymore

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                “Dear Steve, I helped my daughter with a parent plus loan for her last semester which was $6000.00 and I have been paying on it for quite some time. Then she went back her second year and she filled out a 2nd parent plus loan so her payments was 50.00 per month she quit paying now for the past 4 ... Read More »

                  My Father Stole My Student Loan Money

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                  “Dear Steve, My Dad took out a PLUS loan for me because I had reached the maximum loan allowance from my college as a “dependent” student, even though my parents did not support me in any way. He chose the maximum loan amount $18k (YIKES) and ended up using $3k to lease a new fancy car that he couldn’t afford. ... Read More »

                    Should I Payoff My Navient Student Loans or Save for Retirement?

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                    “Dear Steve, I’m 34 years old, single, graduated a college when I was 26. Currently I have 2 student loans: 1. Navient Student Loans: $ 25,387.21, 5.25%, monthly payment of $ 235.41 2. AES Student Loans: $17,152.33, 5.125%, monthly payment of $ 186.68 I have about $10k in a saving account (with 1% interest), and a rollover IRA with about ... Read More »

                      They Tell Me My Parent PLUS Loans Are Not Eligible for Help

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                      “Dear Steve, My children were living with me when they filled out their FAFSA forms. I ended up with over $20,000 in Plus parent loans as a result even though my only income at the time was child support. Can parent student loans (PLUS loans) be either transferred to the now adult children or be discharged in bankruptcy? Being parent ... Read More »

                        When I Retire Will My Social Security Be Reduced Because of Student Loans?

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                        “Dear Steve, I took out Parent Plus loans for both of my children while they were in school. Each of them also have unsubsidized student loans which they are paying off. Once both children were out of college, I consolidated the Parent Plus loans into one and have been paying them regularly for the past 10 years. I am 63 ... Read More »

                          Is There Any Hope for My Son to Bankrupt His Private Student Loans?

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                          “Dear Steve, My son has about 150,000 in private student loan debt. Which I feel is my fault as I filled out the paperwork and told him never to worry we would work it out and then the 2008 collapse. Could you recommend the best course of action for dealing with these. Filling for bankruptcy with an attorney or on ... Read More »

                            Can My Student Loans Be Forgiven After Ten Years?

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                            “Dear Steve, I have student loans that are more than 5-10 years old from undergrad and graduate school of $84,000 or more. I have made payments over the years but not consistently. recently my wages were garnished and created a financial hardship for me. After a least ten years or more could my loans be forgiven? I just read your ... Read More »

                              Can We Release the Cosigner on Our Parent PLUS Loans?

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                              “Dear Steve, My husband took out several Direct Parent Plus loans for our daughter’s education (federal loans). Because his credit wasn’t the greatest my father-in-law endorsed those loans. Now that my daughter has graduated we consolidated those loans. We only make about $60,000 a year between the two of us so we need a repayment plan with low payments. We ... Read More »

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