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SLS Managers – Consumer Complaint – February 27, 2015

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Consumer Statement: I was told by Kris, that she could lower my monthly student loan payments and I would have to pay a one time start up fee of 400.00 and she could get my student loans payment down to $200.00 per month. When it was time to file taxes, I discovered that the monthly $200.00 that I was paying ... Read More »

    SLS Managers – Consumer Complaint – October 14, 2014

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    Consumer Statement: Jason told me he could help me with my student loans. He said that I qualified for the Student Forgiveness Program. I told him I had to talked to someone before they said didn’t qualify because I didn’t work for a non profit organization and plus I’m still in school. He said that he could do it, that ... Read More »

      Student Loan Service Managers – Consumer Complaint – July 18, 2014

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      Consumer Statement: I have $23,000 of student loan debt from my last year in undergrad and two semesters of graduate school. My loans are managed by NelNet and are currently in forbearance until I begin school again in the fall. In the spring of this year, I started being contacted by various Loan Relief programs (I put in some contact ... Read More »

        SLS Managers – Consumer Complaint – July 2, 2014

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        Consumer Statement: “Jeff” told me he could get my payments reduced and a substantial amount of my student loans forgiven because I work for a non-profit organization providing needed services in an underserved area. He said he could do this at no cost. He sent me an email from NSProcessing via DocuSign. I wanted to read the documents before I ... Read More »

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