- http://time.com/money/2981408/student-loan-fraud-first-state-sues/ (turn your sound off if you visit this link if you don't want to listen to a commercial before the news report connected with it)
- http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865599510/9-ways-to-spot-2-and-avoid-2-a-shady-student-loan-debt-relief-agency.html (contains some "red flags" to watch out for that suggest the "deal" is a fraud)
If someone calls you up and says "your entire student loan debt can be forgiven," consider whether the terms sound too good to be true.
Opportunists have noticed that many are struggling with student loan debt, and are making fraudulent promises as a way of sucking even more money out of your pockets. They may tell you about something called the "Obama Forgiveness Program that was supposedly recently approved by Congress." There ain't no such thing. It's a lie.