Paying off your student debt can be hard, and not just because of how much it costs.
I’ve heard many stories about how student loan servicers (the company that sends you bills each month) can make the process of paying off your loans even more difficult. I hear from people across the country about all kinds of problems they’ve faced with their servicers, from lost paperwork and inaccurate information to being overcharged and not being notified of important deadlines that cause their bills to sometimes more than double.
If you’ve had problems with your student loan servicer, you’re not alone. Over 41 million Americans are repaying more than $1.3 trillion in outstanding student loan debt, and it’s important that all of them are treated fairly and given the tools they need to succeed. That’s why we’re hosting a free webinar to on dealing with student loan servicers. RSVP now. >>
Webinar: Student Loan Servicers 101: Know Your Rights
Thursday, June 4, 2015
8:00 pm Eastern / 5:00 pm Pacific
On the webinar, Jobs With Justice and experts from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will cover the most common problems borrowers face with their servicers and how to fix them, explain all the rights you’re entitled to as you pay off your student debt, and give you an opportunity to share your own story as the Bureau looks for ways to improve student loan servicing!
If you can’t join the webinar, www.ForgiveMyStudentDebt.org can help you learn more about different government programs that exist, tips from borrowers in dealing with student loan servicers, and more. This website is a great tool for anyone with student debt, or any current college student concerned about how they’ll pay back their loans once they’ve graduated.