If you want to stop robocalls for student loans, you are not alone.   There is over $1.48 trillion in U.S student loan debt and over 11% of that accounts for people who are in default (haven’t made a payment in over 90 days).  Once your student loan is in default, the robocalls from debt collectors start…and they don’t stop until you’re no longer in default.  Learn more about what happens if you default on a student loan in my blog.


Student Loan Companies Are Lobbying To Keep Robocalls

As the NBC article “Why student loan companies are lobbying to keep robocalls” points out, “9 out of the top 10 robocallers in June were calling about people’s arrears, according to YouMail, a robocall blocking service.” FCC rules put in place by the former administration to regulate debt collectors who use auto dialers for federal debt stated that they cannot call people more than 3 times per month.  But these rules have been halted by the current administration.  Consumer advocates fear that the current administration will side with the giant student loan debt collectors, such as Navient.

Student loan debt collectors, like Navient, have vast resources at their fingertips with attorneys who do nothing all day, every day but file lawsuits against student loan borrowers in default.  As one consumer attorney in the article points out, “They know they can harass the hell out of people and the vast majority of them will not be able to find a lawyer who can fight for them,” he said.

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Stop robocalls for student loans by contacting Gamez Law Firm for a free consultation at 858-217-5051

It is an unfortunate fact that there are not a lot of student loan attorneys out there fighting for student loan borrowers.  This has been one of my main areas of practice for over 5 years.  I offer a free debt consultation to go over my client’s case, so that I can learn about your particular situation and map out a plan to get you out of default and on with your life.  Below is just one story about how I helped a client save over $100,000 in Navient student loan debt.  Read my clients’ student loan debt relief success stories to see even more accounts about how I have successfully fought back against the student loan giants and their ample resources.  As my clients can tell you, the savings I offer far outweigh my attorney fees.

Our client owed Navient in over $143,000 for her student loans.  With accruing interest, her loans to skyrocket to $156,845.31. We endured countless threats from Navient, including threats that the debt would be “going to the next level” if she didn’t bring her account current.  That “next level” turned out to be that they sent her account to be collected by the law firm Weltman, Weinberg & Reis. We negotiated with this firm and were able to settle our client’s private student loans for $50,019.73. We saved our client $106,825.58, approximately 70% of the total amount due. 

Stop Robocalls For Student Loans

If you want to stop robocalls for student loans, you do have recourse.  Whether you have private or federal student loans, we can help you fight back against the debt collection robocalls.  Once you retain a student loan lawyer, the robocalls will stop.   Contact me at 858-217-5051 for a free consultation, so that we can get you on the road to a debt free life.   I have a debt relief law firm offices in San Diego and Los Angeles, California – but I help people all over the country to get out of student loan debt.   My goal is to get my clients out of debt so they can move on with their lives.


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Daniel R. Gamez is a debt attorney serving clients nationwide and focuses exclusively in debt relief. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in California and Texas. Mr. Gamez owns and operates the Gamez Law Firm in San Diego and Los Angeles, and helps people with debt problems all over the country. For more information, please contact Daniel Gamez at 858-217-5051, daniel@gamezlawfirm.com or use our online contact form. Stay updated about the latest debt relief tips by following on Facebook and Twitter and read about client success stories on our website.