Consolidating loans with salli mae

For most people having high monthly payments is impossible especially if kids are involved, rent or low income job.Save yourself from this high payments by paying interest asap. When you sign, everything looks bright and cherry as you're working on the education of your dreams.A Sallie Mae rep processed a payment of mine incorrectly resulting in a late fee and literally dozens of harassing phone calls before I could figure out what the issue was and resolve it with the incompetent customer service. They only offer forbearance which compounds interest and makes you pay out more in the end. Good luck getting answers from their customer service reps.This is what I get for blindly following my parents' advice with loans and not knowing what I was doing as an 18 year old fresh out of college. They give you the runaround and then rudely ask if they can help you with anything else... They charge ridiculous interest rates and make it impossible to refinance. Advice for those in the early stages of getting Sallie Mae: I took 2 loans with them to pay college.If you're blessed, you find one but you're living paycheck to paycheck especially after those 6 month.Minimum payment may be 0 a month (like mine especially if you were a stupid high school kid like me thinking you have to go out of state and one of the "better schools". Anyways you may be paying for a while, but it won't be easy.Overall this is a scum company and it deserves to be shut down. You may pay nothing at all or something little while you're in school but it doesn't matter because all is well and you're having a great experience.

My parents told me that I can stay with them and pay no rent or groceries...When completing the application it was asked the amount we would be borrowing over the next 2 years and my son was approved for that amount.The University received 2 disbursements for fall and Spring Junior Semesters.if I put most of my paycheck into paying these loans.So, before my grace period is over I pay Sallie Mae

My parents told me that I can stay with them and pay no rent or groceries...

When completing the application it was asked the amount we would be borrowing over the next 2 years and my son was approved for that amount.

The University received 2 disbursements for fall and Spring Junior Semesters.

if I put most of my paycheck into paying these loans.

So, before my grace period is over I pay Sallie Mae $1,600 a month.

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My parents told me that I can stay with them and pay no rent or groceries...When completing the application it was asked the amount we would be borrowing over the next 2 years and my son was approved for that amount.The University received 2 disbursements for fall and Spring Junior Semesters.if I put most of my paycheck into paying these loans.So, before my grace period is over I pay Sallie Mae $1,600 a month.

,600 a month.

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