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Submit a Comment filed by: Larryover 4 years ago
Is your firm familiar with North Star Services? They are wanting to settle one of my wife's private student loan with Sallie Mae. The original loan was for $10,500 dollars in 2005. North Star is indicating the balance is 18,800 dollars. I am going to assume that must be interest on top of the loan. North Star indicated they could settle the loan for 8,772. I am assuming North Star bought the loan for pennies on the dollar and could settle the loan for much less, for example 20% of the amount. I just need some advise on what direction I should approach this. I have spoke with the supervisor and communicating back and forth on a settlement with him, I think the debt could be settle for much less then what they are selling. I did some research and learned companies like this buy the loans for pennies on the dollars. 8,772 would be a huge profit for the collection company and a big loss for me. Another thing you might want to tell the attorney is that she filed CH7 in 2009 and this is a private loan and not government. The collection company is very much aware of the CH7 and indicating that doesn't matter!