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The Great College Loan Swindle
Topic Started: Nov 11 2017, 12:55 PM (114 Views)
Dire 51
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I always leave when the talk gets philosophical.
Edgecrusher
Like so many other people, I have defaulted student loans. Why were they defaulted on? Financial hardships, mainly, and my ex-wife. I've given up on being successfully able to pay them off, because I'll never be able to do it. Why? Read this article, it lays everything out right there. At this point, I'm only continuing to make the meager payments I can afford each month so that my wages won't be garnished and the phone calls don't start again.
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Dire 51,Nov 11 2017
12:55 PM
Like so many other people, I have defaulted student loans. Why were they defaulted on? Financial hardships, mainly, and my ex-wife. I've given up on being successfully able to pay them off, because I'll never be able to do it. Why? Read this article, it lays everything out right there. At this point, I'm only continuing to make the meager payments I can afford each month so that my wages won't be garnished and the phone calls don't start again.

man :( every time i consider my situation awful, i try to stop to be reminded i should at least be grateful for not having any debt
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I used to be in the same situation. I must've defaulted 2 or 3 times. I had 40k when I graduated, I think. Thankfully, the career I got, I was able to pay off the remainder 23k or so in a little over a year. I still have a screen cap of Sallie Mae saying that I no longer owe that cunt my money.
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