The US Department of Education did some loan servicing restructuring and Nelnet and Great Lakes weren’t a part of it. As of December, of last year, the Department of Education severed ties with the two servicing companies, but borrowers seem to be paying the price. […]
Have you seen a dip in your savings interest rate? Don’t be too surprised: for the first time in over a decade, the Fed cut interest rates by a quarter of a percent, bringing interest rates down to 2.00%-2.25%. The move is good news for […]
“Help! An Inquiry dropped my Credit Scores over 50 points!” Sound familiar? I actually hear this quite a bit: Inquiries causing a huge drop to a person’s credit scores and now they’re wondering if they should even apply any credit anymore (even though they need […]
Q & A FRIDAY! Question: I disputed a collection account that is listing the wrong amount. I have proof from a validation letter they gave me what do I do now? Answer: In this case the bureaus and the collection agency are at fault. Where […]
Rebuilding Credit? Credit cards are typically one of the first places we start because of how positively our scores can soar with good payment history and usage. Many have expressed frustration with denials, or simply not knowing what is considered a ‘good’ card or a ‘bad’ […]
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