11-23-2012 04:29 AM
I have 11 separate student loans through the DOE Direct Loans. I fell behind on payments by 90 days and all were reported as "negative" accounts on my credit report. I am very sick about this. My credit report dropped 170 points. I called Direct Loans, Equifax, and a consumer credit reporting agency. They informed me that there was nothing I could do about this; even getting my payments current would not remove the negative scores. I have been reading threads here to get information and have found it helpful. I would like to know if I need to go into default before I can actually get into the rehab program? Does rehab garnish pay, or can I pay voluntarily? Finally, can negative reports be removed from one's credit report? Thanks for any help you can offer.
11-23-2012 08:48 AM
I can't speak to the SL process per rehabbing and so forth, but I have seen some folks claim success by sending a Goodwill letter to Direct Loans and having lates removed. I would get current on each now and then wait a month or two, and making sure your CRs update before trying the GW route.
11-24-2012 01:52 PM - last edited on 11-25-2012 08:22 AM by llecs
Ed Fin You might try to look at this website edited has My 720 credit Score. May you could get some pointer.
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