Below are the most frequent questions from our customers if you have any other question FEEL FREE TO ASK BY COMPLETING THE APPLICATION ( APPLY NOW)
Consolidating student loans will put all your existing loans into the Federal Direct Loan Program with the Department of Education. You will only have to worry about one payment instead of multiple payments. This makes it easier to manage your debt. Further, within this program there are options that can help make payments more affordable to certain borrowers and may forgive some portion of the loan balance at the end of the loan term.
It will take 60-90 days to consolidate from when the lender has received your application for consolidation.
Yes but with certain conditions. Borrowers cannot consolidate loans that are an in-school status, but borrowers can still consolidate loans that are in grace, repayment or deferment.
Yes, as long as you are including at least one other FFEL or Direct Loan into the new consolidation.
No, if you want to clear the default notation, you will need to contact your loan holder to discuss rehabilitation with them. If you decide to consolidate while in default, your default notation in your credit will also show that the loan was paid off in full. This notation will remain on your credit history for seven years.
Well we understand your concerns, but not only does our company offer a guaranteed service agreement to all of our clients to assure you that what you are approved for is coming directly from the DOE, that is a guarantee not only for you but for us as a company as well. You will also get correspondence DIRECTLY from the DOE and your new lender notifying you that we have submitted your file directly to them. That’s proof to you as well that we have submitted your file and there is no way we as a company would forge a letter from a government company, that is a federal offense , which we wouldn’t risk for $499.
Our system is linked directly with the DOE, I am entering the information that you are providing me with. If you are not being honest then YES there is a chance that your approval can get denied. That is the only way you wouldn’t be approved.
Yes, these programs are 100% legitimate they are government based programs that where approved about 3 years ago. You can go online now and search for these programs you will be able to get information on GOVERNMENT based websites. This is not something that our company came up with to try to get your loans forgiven. This is coming directly from the government.
Well there is a Trillion dollar deficit in student loans, there are so many people like yourself that were overcharged or mislead and now left to pay off these loans that are extremely high on payment & interest. So that is why the government has approved these programs, so we can stimulate the economy and get everyone in good standings with their creditors. As you may know these student loans will never go away even if you were to file a bankruptcy. That is why the government wants companies like ours to help people with debt and get your loans forgiven.
Our company unfortunately does not get funded thru these programs. That is why we have to charge our clients for our services, our company has to pay a team to process your file like an accounting, processing and myself. Just like any other service, like hiring an attorney or tax servicer to do your taxes at the end of the year.