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I can’t remember if I co-signed on it or if my name is attached. Ok, I have an account that was charged - off and owed what said on the credit report an amount of 1740. I got into grad grad school and need to apply for the grad plus.
I since have settled a payment with the company and payed 1500 as of last week.
This got me curious as to what is a reasonable amount of time to be looking into this.
So my grandma co-signed my loans for me to go to school.
I had a letter sent to me that said was paid in full and settled, and no longer own on the account.
I check my credit report off of Experian today and it shows that I owe 240$. I'm sure that will be settled I'll have to call. I found a job about 2 months after graduation in my field.
It was with sallie Mae and is about 57k and then I have about 58k in federal loans.
Links to external websites or other subreddits must primarily relate to student loans. Personal attacks, speculation about the motives or debt situation of other users, and unsolicited advice will be removed.It’s just something I thought about and would eliminate such a huge debt for me.I’m currently not working but looking for jobs (a whole other story) and should be soon making about 36k a year so it would be nice if some loans went away. I (23f) recently learned that my mom (60f) has cancer. Thanks to her I only have my student loan bills and car payment.Even though she took out the Parent PLUS loan for me I have been paying it. If case the worst happens and she passes, Will the loan transfer over to me? Would it be paid off with her assets like retirement and bank accounts?
being curious I looked into one of the pre-approved offers I received.