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I am still somewhat confused on what I need to qualify for forbearance. If there is any qualification that must be met I'm pretty sure I don't, my only reason for not paying the Bill is that I'd rather not give Sallie Mae a dime of interest. As far community college, it is a solutions but A. I wouldn't be degree seeking B. it would cost more than the interest Sallie Mae will make off this one payment C. I work full time, so it would be a pain. It looks like I'm just gonna suck it up and make one payment to Sallie Mae.

The thing that frustrates me is just the level of service I'm getting from my prospective new lender. Every time I call (once a week usually) I get the standard any day now answer at first. Then when I rattle off all the activities on my account they actually do a lil work and tell me probably the end of the month. I've started asking them to email me summaries of all of our conversations so I have a record. At first they complied, but now they tell me they personally don't have access but will have someone else do it, which of course doesn't get done.

And what am I to do? Cancel my application and consolidation at post july 1st rates? No Thank You. So I'm just stuck and resigned to vent my frustration on here. :)

Scott
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