Started by sixfigures, January 20, 2016, 01:41:01 pm
Quote from: EnavarESQ on June 29, 2016, 11:09:59 amThen I searched them on the better business bureau website and they have an F!!!! I called the person I had my scheduled appointment with and straight out asked her if this would require me to stop paying my loans and I would be referred to an attorney. She said yes, that is the only way to save. Now, I have family members as co-signers on my loans, and I am not going to risk their credit. But basically, they want you to default on your loans, have them sent to collection, and then they will negotiate a settlement with the creditor using a portion of the money you paid them. You will take a hit on your credit report. Not for me, but may be for you. Just wanted to let you guys know what it is about so you can make an educated decision. By the way, I heard Wells Fargo is offering to student loan consolidation (I saw it when I logged on to pay my student loan).Good luck.
Quote from: wildone on February 24, 2016, 02:46:00 pmI signed up with Go2finance about 10 months ago. I have lots of debt and some of it has already been taken care of. ill report back once i see more results
Quote from: cknupp5 on December 20, 2016, 01:01:03 pmmy boyfriend is in the same boat with David Mize Law, they contacted him when he was about to start paying on his student loans back to the lender. they got him and sucked him into it because at the time he was worried that he would not have the money to make the monthly payments and this just seemed to be a miracle. so since may he has been paying the law firm over $400 a month to fight and help him but we are still getting calls from the lender 15 times a day. so are both his parents and it has become too much. he emails the law firm every day and they never give a straight up answer. they say they are working on it and beat around the bush. his loans will go into default by the end of the month so he wants to get out of this law firm and just pay what he owes back to the lender.. now he's just scared that he is legally bind to this law firm because of the agreement they had at the beginning?? is there any way to fight back and get his money back from them, or even just get out of the agreement all together and just suck up the money we lost as of now and at least not have to pay them any more?? please help! we are scared!