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Please stop and read this important announcement regarding defense to repayment claim filing.
If you did not receive a letter in the mail please call 1-888-889-6610
Because UOP has been accused of committing all sorts of fraudulent activities, violating both State and Federal laws, and essentially running a huge scam operation to extract money from not just individual Americans, but also the Federal Government, and even the Defense Department (via military student loans).
This post will explain how you can use the Borrower’s Defense Against Repayment Program to cash in on University of Phoenix student loan forgiveness benefits, wiping out your UOP student loan debt for good, and potentially even getting a refund for any money you’ve already paid UOP or their parent company, the Apollo Education Group.
If you have failed to graduate or have graduated from the University Of Phoenix but feel that the school misled you or engaged in misconduct you will be able to have your ENTIRE student loan balance dismissed, receive a FULL REFUND of all payments made on the loans you owe to date and potentially receive FAFSA aid benefits or benefits lost under your GI Bill.
**Our Average Customer Sees A Refund Of $3,260
Under the law, you may be eligible for borrower defense to repayment forgiveness of the federal student loans that you took out to attend a school if that school misled you, or engaged in other misconduct in violation of certain state laws. Specifically, you may assert borrower defense by demonstrating that the school, through an act or omission, violated state law directly related to your federal student loan or to the educational services for which the loan was provided. You may be eligible for borrower defense regardless of whether your school closed or you are otherwise eligible for loan forgiveness under other laws.
If you are eligible to receive federal student loan forgiveness, you may be able to have all or part of your outstanding federal student loan debt forgiven, and you also may be reimbursed for amounts you have already paid on those loans.
You will only be eligible for this type of federal student loan forgiveness if your school’s misleading activities or other misconduct directly relate to the loan or to the educational services for which the loan was provided. You will not be eligible for this type of forgiveness based on claims that are not directly related to your loan or the educational services provided by the school. For example, personal injury claims or claims based on allegations of harassment are not bases for a borrower defense application.
In the case of University of Phoenix, it’s pretty clear what you need to do, which is to file a Borrower’s Defense Against Repayment Application stating that UOP defrauded you by convincing you to take out student loans to pay for their higher education programs because they falsely advertised inflated graduation rates and job placement stats.
Essentially, you’ll be accusing the school of false advertising, in that you’re saying you wouldn’t have attended the school (and thus never would have borrowed the student loans), had you known that University of Phoenix’s graduation rates and job placement rates were actually much lower than those that they advertised.
The really good news is that if your application is approved, your entire University of Phoenix loan will be forgiven, and you may even qualify for a refund for any amount of money that you have already paid to the school or their parent company, the Apollo Education Group.
Claim review can take 3-6 hours depending upon the criteria entered below. We have prepared and filed over 7,000 defense to payment applications and we offer complimentary services when you call us directly using the “Click To Call” bar below.