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U-Fi Student Loan Debt Reduction Mailer Review

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An amazing reader J sent in a new debt relief mailer through my I Buy Junk Mail program. This mailer is for a purported student loan debt reduction or consolidation from U-Fi a Nelnet partnership. The mailer says you can “Save with a Refinance Loan from U-Fi.” There are a couple of concerns I have with the mailer. While the ... Read More »

    Nelnet – CFPB Complaint – 1320841

    Consumer Said: “Hi – I got a student loan from Nelnet to attend XXXX. As I was an XXXX XXXX, XXXX set up a XXXX in order to secure the loan. In spite of this, I always received the form XXXX XXXX so that I can file this in my annual tax returns. Recently XXXX took over my XXXX, and ... Read More »

      Nelnet – CFPB Complaint – 1335290

      Consumer Said: “In XXXX XXXX, I was contacted by First Mark Services concerning my private loan. I XXXX from XXXX school on XXXX XXXX, XXXX. Immediately after XXXX I requested a grace period of 6 months after XXXX to begin repayment. A representative, XXXX XXXX from First Mark Services indicated that their records reflected that I used the grace period ... Read More »

        Nelnet – CFPB Complaint – 1373084

        Consumer Said: “My student loans have been sold/transferred to different servicers several times. The student loan servicing industry is broken – each time the loans are sold, data and information is lost. My current servicers can not even provide me with complete and adequate data to confirm payment history, principal amount, interest rate, incentives. ( XXXX of my prior student ... Read More »

          NJClass and Nelnet Will Ruin Our Marriage and Lives

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          “Dear Steve, My fiancé has a ridiculous amount of student loan debt. He attended Felician College in Lodi, New Jersey, a private school and has $140,000 in student loan debt from two lenders: NJClass/HESSA and Nelnet. The payment from HESSA is $900/month and the one for Nelnet is $600/month. HESSA is impossible to deal with as it is a private ... Read More »

            How Do I Make Nelnet Remove My Father as a Cosigner. – Steve

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            “Dear Steve, I have a private loan through Nelnet with about $24k (from $35k) left. My father is in the process of buying a business and needs me to take him off as a cosigner but when I called Nelnet they would not do this because I was 15 days late on a payment back in 2008. Are there other ... Read More »

              Can I Consolidate My Student Loans With Someone Other Than Nelnet? – Linnea

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              “Dear Steve, I have a situation that not many may be in, so I understand if you can’t answer my question. I worked and went to school, got my bachelor’s, and then did 3 semesters of grad work before dropping out. In total I had about $35k in loans. I was able to consolidate my loans and got a ridiculously ... Read More »

                I Have to Start Paying on My Student Loans I Can’t Afford. – Jessica

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                “Dear Steve, In 2010-2011 I attended a private graduate school in Chicago and racked up 70,000 in student loans (including current interest). After the first year I realized that the program was not as reputable as I previously thought and I removed myself from the program due to the fear of going into 250,000.00 in debt with no job opportunities. ... Read More »

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