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Federal marshals are now arresting borrowers who aren’t paying their student loans.

Man in Texas is arrested by armed U.S. marshals and local police for not paying his student loans.

When Paul Aker walked out to the mailbox in front of his Texas home last week, two armed U.S. Marshals were waiting for him. They said they were there to arrest him, a complete surprise to Aker. Not knowing whom these armed men really were (and because this is Texas, after all) Aker went back inside his home “to get my ...

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Is the U.S. facing a student loan revolution?

What would a revolution in the United States look like? You may envision something out of a movie with ordinary citizens fighting in the streets against an oppressive regime, but in fact, if there is a large-scale revolt starting – and it may just be – the battleground will probably be in the courts, not the streets. But it’s not an overthrow of our POTUS, equal representation for taxation, or state sovereignty that are the desired outcomes of this revolution. ...

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Your Student Loan Repayment Study Sheet.

What are student loans costing us?
Student loan debt has exploded over the past few years, from a total of $579 billion in 2008 to $1.02 trillion at the end of 2013.  This near double of student loans over only a 5-year period accounts for the majority of consumer debt increase over that same period.  By most recent estimates, about 70% of all college students take out student loans and owe money at graduation, with the average price tag a ...

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Is student loan consolidation right for you?

Blue Water Credit is proud to announce we’ve been approved to provide student loan assistance.  We can now help you explore all of your options, including student loan consolidation, rehabilitation, and even possible forgiveness.

Is student loan consolidation right for you?

Recent reports claim that 7 out of 10 college graduates end up with student loans, with an average of almost $30,000 in debt.  Many of them struggle to even make the monthly payments, holding them back from saving, paying off credit ...

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