Jean chasky consolidating student loans

She heard it again and again as a student in Sterling, a windswept farm town in the northeast corner of Colorado: Your degree is your ticket to success.

So she left Sterling for the University of Colorado in Boulder, graduating in 2016 as a sociology major.

Moreover, “the overall issue we’re seeing is an accelerating problem with the way that student loan servicers are interacting with borrowers,” she said.

She said the complaints cover a lot of ground: having trouble repaying loans or consolidating them to lower payments, improper use of payments, not getting accurate information about a complicated federal program.

Advocates of state regulation, including New Era Colorado and United Veterans Committee of Colorado, point to the Trump administration’s attacks on the federal consumer protection agency and the law that created it, saying the president wants to eliminate the agency that has taken complaints from student borrowers and filed suit on their behalf.

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