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In the News

  • "Average student loan debt for borrowers under age 30 Is nearly $21,000, study finds"
    - The Huffington Post

  • "Student-loan delinquency rate is highest for those in their 40s"
    - Los Angeles Times

  • "Close to 440,000 people have applied for student loan consolidation"
    - Daily Political

  • "Income-based repayment eases student loan crunch"
    - Chicago Tribune

  • "1 Million People Show Support for Student Loan Forgiveness Act"
    - U.S. News

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If you are struggling to pay your student loans every month, you may be eligible to student loan reduction programs that can drastically reduce your monthly student loan payments.

Available student loan reduction programs include options for consolidation, professional negotiation, refinancing, partial forgiveness and more.

Use the form above to get help now and find out if your student loan debt is eligible to be reduced today.

How it Works

  1. Fill out the easy to use form to Get Help Now
  2. Get matched with Student Loan Debt professionals who can determine which student loan reduction programs you are eligible for.
  3. Determine which eligible savings programs you want to take advantage of and save.

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Have a question about reducing your student loan balances or payments?

Simply use the Get Help Now form above and we’ll connect you to a student loan reduction specialist who can answer your questions and help you with your student loan debt.

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The average college graduate had accumulated approximately $25,000 in student loan debt by graduation day.

Nearly 1 in 5 graduates end up defaulting on student loans within 3 years.

Americans have accumulated more student loan debt than credit card debt!

Student Loan Forgiveness Programs

"33 Million Qualify for Student Loan Forgiveness, but Most Don't Ask For It" - Associated Press (08/28/13)

It's time to expose America's dirty little secret - the cost of a college education is crippling young students. These days, the average borrower graduates with over $26,000 in outstanding debt according to The Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS) Project on Student Debt. In fact, student loan debt recently passed credit card debt to become the 2nd largest form of Consumer Debt in the country behind mortgages!

Is there any hope for someone strapped with this enormous financial burden?

Yes, but you have to ask for help!

According to a recent article by, "More than 33 million qualify for Student Loan forgiveness, but most don't ask for it." In other words, 1/4 of the workforce qualifies for student loan forgiveness, but does not take advantage of it. Why? Because consumers do not understand their options. The student loan programs, though plentiful, are overly complicated and confusing, leaving graduates in the dark about their opportunities.

That's where Student Loan Savers comes in. We can connect you with a professional that will help you understand your options and determine what program works best for you. Don't be the statistic that does not take action to reduce their student loans. Check today to see if you are eligible for student loan forgiveness!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can my student loans be forgiven?

Student loans are sometimes partially forgiven for people who meet certain requirements under federal student loan forgiveness and cancelation programs. If your student loans are not eligible for forgiveness, you can still access considerable savings under student loan consolitation programs.

2. My student loans are in default! Please help me!

Falling behind on your student loans is a frightening expereience that can be very stressful. Our student loan assistance professionals can help stop harassing calls, ruined credit, loss of licensure, bank levied judgements, wage garnighment, offset of income taxes and other undesriable consequences of falling behind on your student loans. Register for help today using the form above and take the first step towards getting your loans out of default.

3. What about student loan consolidation?

Under student loan consolitdation programs, your student loans are paid off and a new loan is created with a lower interest rate in addition to an extended repayment term of up to 30 years. Student loan consolidation is a great way to access significant monthly savings on your student loan debt.

4. What are the benefits of consolidating my student loans?

Register for help now using the quick and easy form above to discover what programs are available to reduce your student loans.

There are options for lowering your student loan payments.
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