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Student loan in default
I have a private student loan from navient that is in collections.. ok here is the deal the loan is about 9 years old in default. I learned that because it is a non govt. Subsidised student loan it falls in with statue of limitations. Now of course the collection agency that is caling me10 times a day says that navient is subsidised although the loan isnt. Anyone have any knowledge of whats true?

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Navient is a student loan servicer for a variety of student loans.  Since you used the student loan to further your education, it would be prudent to repay it.  The student loan industry managed to get stipulations preventing loans from being discharged in bankruptcy and from any statute of limitations.  It just sounds as if you are trying to find a way to avoid loan repayment. How about being responsible for your debts?

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