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Navient "Charge-off", "closed", been paying collection agency

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I had a Navient student loan from 2007 get charged-off to a debt collector in 2011. I've been making payments to the debt collected since 2012. Navient had been radio silent on my account, but then recently I've been getting alerts that late payments have been posting. Here is a screenshot from CreditKarma. The payments I make to the debt collector do seem to be hitting Navient's online system, and I receive a 1099-C each year with adjustments as well.

 

Does everything look right from this screenshot? Is there anything I can do? Realistically, I can make the monthly payments to Navient in the amount that they are asking, but I do not have the "overdue" amount available.  Or do I just continue to pay the debt collector until this is paid off.

 

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Re: Navient "Charge-off", "closed", been paying collection agency

Wow I am in a similar situation and my morgage councilor advised that I right my congressman about this because they shouldn't be reporting as a specific day of being late when the account is charged off. Also my Navient loan debt grows monthly even tho its charged off and I am paying monthly through a third party

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Re: Navient "Charge-off", "closed", been paying collection agency

Congressman? That sounds like it won't get much done very quickly. Any idea why he recommended that?

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