Wed, May 14, 2014
That is a lie. First this guy says you were paid off by department of education. That means he filed for loan forgiveness and it was granted. Second it doesnt matter when he became disabled because you have a habit of pushing loans on handicapped people when you know they can get other financing and you know they are not supposed to get them.
THESE PEOPLE CALL ALL HOURS AND THEY LIE SAYING THEY ARE CALLING BECAUSE YOU CONTACTED THEM AND THEY CAN HELP YOU QUALIFY FOR PROGRAMS OF FORGIVENESS AND WHAT NOT SO THEY CAN GET YOU ON THE PHONE AND HARASS YOU.
FURTHERMORE MR. LIAR THESE LOANS ARE LIKE FIRST HOME BUYER LOANS IN THAT THEY ARE PAID BY THE GOVERNMENT IF YOU DEFAULT. THAT IS WHY THEY ARE FEDERAL LOANS. YOU ALREADY HAVE BEEN COMPENSATED BY THE GOVERNMENT BUT YOU SEEK TO RAPE UP PEOPLE.
DONT YOU DARE LOOK DOWN ON THOSE WHO ARENT PAYING. THEY ARENT DOCTORS OR LAWYERS, A LOT ARE THE ONES WHOSE COUNSELORS SCREWED THEM INTO GETTING 3 ASSOCIATES DEGREES SO THAT THEY RAN OUT OF MONEY FOR ADVANCED EDUCATION AND WORK AS COLLEGE EDUCATED JANITORS, WAITRESSES ETC.
LOAN SERVICERS NEED TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE TOO. FIRST THING YOU NEED TO DO IS STOP CALLING PEOPLE AND SCAMMING THEM. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CALL BEFORE OR AFTER 9PM AND DO YOU THINK CALLING WILL MAKE A MONEY TREE GROW SO YOU CAN GET PAID?? YOU JUST PISS PEOPLE OFF AND CAUSE PEOPLE TO COMMIT SUICIDE OR HAVE HEART ATTACKS AND SOONER OR LATER KARMA WILL COME FOR YOU.
Fri, July 11, 2003
Just because you are a disabled vet doesn't mean your are no longer obligated to repay your student loan. The questions you should have been asked was "Did you become disabled before or after you took out your student loan?" The next step should have been to then contact the Deptartment of Education and file for forgivness pending your doctor's documentation. You should have also found out the definition, as set forth by the Dept of Ed, of disability. One key point to remember is that student loan money is recycled; by debtors paying their loans, more money is available for future students at lower inrest rates. Also don't forget, this is a loan, not a grant, and therefore, must be repaid. To all you good-standing student loan tax payers, who do you think pays for the default rate of borrowed money?