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How to: Get out of default on your federal student loans.
The purpose of this low priced guide is to assist the people according to the facts, laws, and regulations pertaining to defaulted federal student loans. Not according to what the collection agency might want.
Given the hard U.S. economic times and a job market that is struggling at best, there are a massive number of federal student loans in default. These range from a few thousand dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars owed per student.
This new 28 page booklet is a short, concise, fact based personal consumer guide written specifically for those with a defaulted federal student loans. Most folks are frightened, confused, and intimidated by the process of repayment on their student loans. With over 35 years in accounts receivable, credit, collections, customer service, and sales experience; I have dealt with the process of defaulted federal student loans first hand and know the frustrations felt by those in debt.
The purpose of this low priced guide is to assist the people according to the facts, laws, and regulations pertaining to defaulted federal student loans. Not according to what the collection agency might want. How folks are to deal with the collection agencies directly and remain in control. The guide clearly states what can be done, how to get out of default and back on track. Many federal web site citations for a treasure trove of additional information are included within the footnotes.
While the process may seem daunting, it really isn’t. It is rather straightforward. If they remain proactive, in the end, will be the winner.
The publication is offered on:
Amazons Kindle at $4.30
Amazon soft cover publication at $9.95
(Free P.C. reader for Kindle is available at the links above.)
(Amazon/Kindle is trademarks of their respective owners.)