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I Thought My Student Loan Was Discharged in My Bankruptcy. Now They Say It Can’t Be and Want Their Money. – Joseph

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Joseph “Dear Steve, Filed BK in Cali June 2006. EDUCAP loan (student) was included in BK. EDUCAP claims that said loan is NOT dischargeable. I’m concerned that they are accurate. My original loan was for 18k (1800 went to them as a funding fee). I paid faithfully for about 6 months. My owed amount in default was 17,700 ish. In ... Read More »

    If I Knew Then, What I Know Now, I Would Have Run Screaming From Sallie Mae. – Rachel

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    “Dear Steve, I have a loan through Sallie Mae that is the subject of many a sleepless night, and if I knew then what I know now, I would have run screaming and NEVER taken out this loan. I graduated from a state university not quite a year ago and took out $42,000 to cover school, books, and living expenses. ... Read More »

      I’m Divorcing My Deadbeat Husband and He Wants Me to Pay His Student Loans. – Janet

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      “Dear Steve, I am going through a divorce, and am drowning in debt. My “husband” was unemployed for 6 years, which caused me to borrow money to help the family survive. He graduted from school last year, and is currently unemployed and has decided (told me so) that I must be the one to pay for his Sallie Mae school ... Read More »

        Can I Legally Do Anything to Eliminate Some of My Crushing Student Loan Balance? – Mark

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        “Dear Steve, I borrowed around fifteen thousand dollars at eight percent in federal student loans to help pay for college. Four thousand was unsubsidized. That was many years back. I have been working as a substitute teacher, but only earn barely enough to survive. Sometimes I don’t even get calls to work. I have state unemployment insurance that helps me ... Read More »

          I Have Too Much Debt And I’m Going Back to School. – Ken

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          “Dear Steve, Hello i have to much debt i am going back to school and need some relief i want to pay what i owe but i can’t make the payments Is there a way to consolodate all my debt and lower my interest rate and how will this ffect my credit Ken” The Answer   Dear Ken, No, there ... Read More »

            I’m Drowning in Private Student Loans. – Kathy

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            Kathy “Dear Steve, I graduated from an affordable college four years ago with $70K in student debt. Because my parents made $200K per year, but were unwilling to help me pay for college, I was ineligible for sufficient Federal aid, even loans. I was forced to finance college through a private lender, which I was lead to believe adhered to ... Read More »

              I Have AIDS and Disabled But I’m Afraid My SSDI Benefits Are Going to Get Garnished for Student Loan Payments. – Jack

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              “Dear Steve, I have AIDS and can no longer work I owe around $12,000.00 in current and way past due credit card debt. I am on SSDI and can barely pay rent+utilities. I have fought off Capital One and now I hear the feds can garnish my SSDI $$ for student loans. I think I should change phone numbers and ... Read More »

                Rebecca the Nurse Wants to Get Her Student Loans Off Life Support

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                “Dear Steve, Student loans private 30,000 at 10% with five separate loan groups/amounts refuse to consolidate and lose control of options. Federal two groups one at 27,000 the other 29,000 both at 5.75%. 39 years old and have been working as a nurse for 1 year making at this time $62,000. I want to attack my sallie mae loans! I’m ... Read More »

                  Alex is Buried in Student Loan Payments

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                  “Dear Steve, I have Federal Student loans dating back to ’94/95. My situation was unusual. I first attended MBA school and left after a semester because I also got accepted to Law School at a different university. I went to Law School for a year and a half only to realize it wasn’t what I wanted to do so I ... Read More »

                    Jake Wants His Transcript But He Defaulted On His Student Loan Debt

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                    “Dear Steve, I currently owe $30,000 directly to a university as a collection with 6% interest. They will not release my transcripts from my one year of study at the university until I have paid the amount in full. I am making the minimum payment every month, but my income is roughly $12-13 an hour because all I have is ... Read More »

                      C Wants to Defer Student Loans Without Hurting the Credit Report

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                      C “Dear Steve, I paid my way through college and fortunately could afford to take out only subsidized Stafford loans amounting to $10,000. After graduating I planned to find a full time job but have only found part time temporary jobs. I clustered these jobs over the last eight months and have been able to pay down my debt to ... Read More »

                        Pam Is Out Of Cash And Out Of Time

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                        “Dear Steve, I am no longer making ends meet. I have my daughters Sallie Mae $20,000 loan payments starting in one month, I can only afford to put little bits of gas in my car at a time, I have a $5,000 car loan and about $12,000 in credit cards. I have not bought anything that I did not need ... Read More »

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