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Should I Not Bother to Call My Student Loan Collector?

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Question: Dear Steve, So, when I was 18, I went to ITT Tech. I got in debt with them and eventually had to drop due to failing grades. So, I owed 2 different types of loan, a federal and a private loan. The private loan was 15000 at the time I was 18, because I was only working part time, ... Read More »

    What is the Process to Get ITT Tech Student Loans Forgiven?

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    “Dear Steve, My husband and I both went to school at ITT Tech, a for-profit college. My husband got a Bachelor’s degree and I have an Associate’s degree. We each owe $100,000 in federal student loans. I am unemployed and my husband just started getting his wages garnished. We live paycheck to paycheck. If we could afford to pay we ... Read More »

      ITT Tech Wants Money From Me But I’m Now Living in India. – Aly

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      “Dear Steve, I grew up in the US and joined ITT tech but a few months into it I was married and had to go back to India and my inlaws would not allow me to come finish as I was responsible for the home affairs. I informed the school before going and the lady said it was fine, this ... Read More »

        Want to Pay a Lot for College But Never Graduate? Go to a For-Profit University.

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        In a recent report, Subprime Opportunity: The Unfulfilled Promise of For-Profit Colleges and Universities the University of Phoenix didn’t fare too well when it came to graduating students. According to the report, only 9% of student enrolled actually graduated within six years. University of Phoenix, DeVry University, The Art institute, Berkeley College, Sullivan University, Westwood College, International Academy of Design ... Read More »

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