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Student Loan Defaults and Bankruptsy

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Student loan defaulters face black marks

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Student loan defaulters face black marks 3:42pm GMT, Wednesday, 29 April 2009 Graduates with a pre-1998 student loan could face a black mark on their credit rating if they default. The Student READ MORE
http://news.icm.ac.uk/business/student-loan-defaulters-face-black-mark...

Student-Loan Default Rate Rises to 6.9%, from 5.2% a year earlier

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Student-Loan Default Rate Rises By JOHN HECHINGER and ROBERT TOMSHO The U.S. Department of Education, demonstrating the toll the sour economy is taking on recent college graduates, reported a jump READ MORE
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123810077768651383.html

Asking for Student Loan Forgiveness. Robert Applebaum's Facebook group and Stud...

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Asking for Student Loan Forgiveness Robert Applebaum's Facebook group and StudentLoanJustice.org are among those seeking an overhaul of the U.S. student loan system By Alison Damast In just two READ MORE
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National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project is a r...

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National Consumer Law Center’s Student Loan Borrower Assistance Project is a resource for borrowers, their families, and advocates representing student loan borrowers. This site is for people who alre READ MORE
http://www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org/

Default of Private Student Loans

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Private Loan Collections There is a time limit for private student loan collection and private collectors do not have as many collection tools as the government. This does not mean that private stu READ MORE
http://www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org/collections/private-colle...

The Federal Student Aid Ombudsman of the Department of Education helps resolve d...

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About the FSA Ombudsman The Ombudsman’s office was created in 1998 and took its first cases in October of 1999. The office now receives an average of 300 calls per week. What we do An ombu READ MORE
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Addressing Your Defaulted Student Loan

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Addressing Your Defaulted Student Loan Make a payment now by credit or debit card (We accept American Express, Discover, Master Card and Visa as repayment options. Please contact the Default Res READ MORE
http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSFAP/DCS/index.html

Defaulting on student loans will cost you

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Defaulting on student loans will cost you 06:38 PM CST on Friday, March 6, 2009 By Sherry Williams The money crunch is teaching a tough lesson to recent and even not so recent college graduates. READ MORE
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You’ve conquered dorm living, aced your exams, and walked across the stage to ...

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You’ve conquered dorm living, aced your exams, and walked across the stage to accept your diploma. When you graduate, college is completely behind you, right? WRONG! Now you have to pay your student l READ MORE
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Defaulted Student Loans Stuck in Credit-Freeze Induced Limbo

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Defaulted Student Loans Stuck in Credit-Freeze Induced Limbo Published 10 February 09 11:52 AM | Student Loan Girl Thousands of student loan borrowers who have defaulted on their student loans — READ MORE
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There is a time limit for private student loan collection and private collectors do not have as many collection tools as the government. This does not mean that private student loans are better than government loans. In fact, government loans are usually more affordable and have a lot more borrower protections. It is true that if you default, the government has a lot more ways to come after you than private lenders do. Regardless of whether the loan is private or government, it is very difficult to discharge in bankruptcy. The time limits on how long private student lenders can try to collect vary by state, but are usually about six years after default. You should contact an attorney in your state to find out more about time limits (also called statutes of limitations). This time limit gives the lender a certain amount of time to sue. If the lender sues during this time and gets a judgment, the amount of time the lender is given to enforce the judgment varies by state. Depending on the state, a creditor may have from five to as much as twenty years to enforce a court judgment. In most states, the creditor is allowed to keep renewing the judgment which basically gives the creditor an unlimited amount of time to try to collect.
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