Live Q+A | March 6 2021 | Getting Cosigners Released, Who the *&^% is ECMC, and more

In this week’s Live Q+A, we covered:

00:23 FFEL Loans and student loan collections
01:25 When REPAYE and Standard Plan look alike
03:43 Disability and payment changes
04:47 Student loan from 1976
05:10 Reopening bankruptcy case
06:12 Settling student loans with different delinquency/default dates
07:48 Issues getting cosigners released from loans
09:38 Settling with Younomics during a pandemic
11:52 Reopening bankruptcy case in different state
12:30 Discretionary compromise for FFEL Loans
13:29 Settling with one but not all of your student loans
14:39 Who is ECMC
16:05 Fannie Mae vs FHA + student loan payments
17:29 Best option to clear CAIVRS when closing date is near
19:34 Getting payment history when loans are in collections
20:24 You can’t stop interest on federal loans
22:23 How to get a better settlement offer
22:50 Ways to consolidate defaulted student loans
25:04 How to find student loans
31:27 Quickest way to qualify for federal aid after defaulting
33:16 When will Younomics start accepting settlements again
34:48 How often can you ask for a settlement
37:37 Servicer refuses to change payment plan
40:06 Looking for a bottle of Weller

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The next Q+A for March will be held March 13, 2021 at 12pm CST. You can submit your question here: https://stanleytate.typeform.com/to/afae6GPe

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