After learning of the presssing problems, we acted instantly to do business with your servicer to concur that class people which should be in forbearance or stopped collection status have been in that status. Nonetheless, on the basis of the timing of whenever some borrowers had been unintentionally removed from forbearance or stopped collections, several of those borrowers might have produced re payment they might n’t have otherwise created before the ED s action.
ED is attempting to figure out which borrowers mistakenly received notices that their forbearance or stopped collections status had been closing, including which borrowers received notices asking for repayment, and will also be trying directly to such borrowers. Nonetheless, in the event that you think there is an error along with your forbearance or stopped collection status, and/or in the event that you produced repayment because of this that you’d not need otherwise and need a reimbursement of the payment, please call ED during the Borrower Defense customer care at 855-279-6207. We’re going to assist your federal loan servicer to make sure you’re in the proper status (forbearance or stopped collection status) and demand a reimbursement of every re re re payments you have made because of this for you.
Notifications Manriquez that is regarding v Lawsuit (December 2019)
Starting Dec. 26, 2019, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) will e-mail notifications concerning the Manriquez v. DeVos lawsuit to borrower protection candidates who’re possible users of the combined number of borrowers to whom the lawsuit is applicable. The e-mail notifications is going to be delivered to borrowers through the current email address noreply studentloans.gov. (more…)