Monthly Archives: March 2012

Debt Collectors Playing Hardball With Defaulters

ProPublica’s Marian Wang talks about how some debt collectors are playing hardball with student loan borrowers. Marian states in her article, …. It was with some fanfare that the Obama administration announced last fall that it was ramping up a … Continue reading

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Student Loan Time Bomb?

Henderson, NV (March 29, 2012) Economy Watch dot com has great article on ‘Student Loan Time Bomb’, I think we not need panic at this point; however, the boat is going to get seriously rocked here shortly. Some on Wall … Continue reading

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Chicago Daily Hearld Article

I read an article from the Chicago Daily Herald today College tuition keeps rising, and so do student loan default rates. As a result, many colleges and financial advisers are making a more concerted effort to help students understand the … Continue reading

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Student Loan Debt Much Higher Than Previously Reported

Student loan delinquency rates are alot higher than previous estimates, which is reported from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York stating that student loan delinquency rates are much higher than previous estimates. Conventional methods show around 15 %of student … Continue reading

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Gov to Take Complaints on Private Student Loans (arghhhhhh!)

Monday March 5, 2012 The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau CFPB has started to take complaints about student loans. The CFPB will assist all borrowers problems taking out or repaying a private loan or managing one in default. Complaints may be … Continue reading

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