How Student Loan Companies Cheat Borrowers Out
of Their Rights
A paper series detailing potential legal action for reining in student loan industry abuses.
Recent regulatory changes in the student loan system, hard-fought debt relief won in court, and executive action now entitle millions of borrowers to student loan cancellation—yet these borrowers have received student loan bills due in the weeks ahead.
The Delivering Distress paper series lays out a new roadmap for action against unjust and unlawful collection efforts by the nation’s largest student loan companies.
It features a foreword by D.C. Attorney General Brian Schwalb and follows the 2020 and 2021 paper series by many of the same authors, making an urgent case to deliver wide-scale debt relief as quickly as possible. It also details how the ideas, plans, and actions first outlined three years ago have delivered the promise of total debt cancellation for nearly 3.6 million people—debt relief that remains a binding commitment from the government, untouched by the Supreme Court.
Read the Full Report: Delivering Distress: How Student Loan Companies Cheat Borrowers Out of Their Rights
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