Stepping over a line: Legitimate collection or legal harassment on student loans?

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The agency charged with monitoring such student loan bankruptcy declarations is facing concerns that its tactics have grown ruthless. Bankruptcy experts say that the group is wasting judicial resources because it brings legal challenges to those few who are desperate enough to seek bankruptcy relief. Questions: 1. What is the name of this agency? Which… Read more »

Student Loan Forgiveness – To Forgive or not to Forgive, that is the Question!

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It’s been over a month since fifteen former students of Corinthian Colleges said they would not pay a dime of their student loans because the school broke the law. The failing for-profit giant used deceptive marketing and lied to the government about its graduation rates. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau invited a group of these… Read more »