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IRS Moves to Prevent Defrauded Borrowers from Massively Overpaying Taxes | Blog

Defrauded students already face an uphill battle enforcing their legal right to a loan discharge.  Even when borrowers were able to discharge their loans by asserting a borrower defense, a common problem was faced by almost everyone who vindicated their legal rights: the tax consequences.  The fact that many people who are defrauded by the…

Dear Presidential Candidates: Yes, You Can Cancel All Student Debt on Day One | Blog

With the presidential primaries now in full swing, the issue of the nation’s whopping $1.5 trillion in student loan debt – and whether to cancel it – has become a popular topic, highlighting a growing consensus that the current system of debt-financed higher education is broken.

My Student Loan Truth: Jared’s South University Story | Blog

When the Dream Center chain collapsed, thousands of students were left stranded and scammed of education. Jared Russell was one of them.

2019: A Year of Student Victories And Holding Betsy DeVos Accountable | Update

2019 was a landmark year for student borrowers cheated by for-profit colleges. The issue captured national attention as elected officials, advocates, students, media and the general public have tuned in to injustices taking place within the for-profit college industry, at the hand of the U.S. Department of Education. We continue to be inspired by students…

My Student Loan Truth: Andrea’s Story | Blog

When the Department of Education seized Andrea’s tax refunds to pay for bogus student loan debt from Corinthian Colleges, there were devastating effects for her entire family.

UPDATE: Judge Grants Class Certification to 200,000 Student Borrowers in Sweet v. DeVos | Blog

A judge certified the class of more than 200,000 borrowers in Sweet v. DeVos, a case that seeks to force the Department of Education to process their borrower defense applications.

My Student Loan Truth: Amanda’s Everest Institute Story | Blog

“A lot of people worked hard, graduated at the top of their class, and were still left in this spot. We were cheated. It destroys your faith in the government and in our system of education and I think it’s important to stand up to that.”

My Student Loan Truth: Lyndsie’s Art Institute Story | Blog

Lyndsie attended the Art Institute of California, where she was pressured into signing up for a design program and significant student loans. She soon realized that the school was a “joke” and her degree was worthless.

The Latest Reports on Betsy DeVos Scamming For-Profit College Students | Blog

ITT and Corinthian Borrowers Continue to Fight for Relief as the Department of Education Skirts the Law Every Step of the Way

US Department of Education Violates Court Order by Illegally Collecting From Defrauded Former Corinthian Students | Statement

The US Department of Education has ignored the injunction ordered it to stop collecting on the loans of defrauded Corinthian College students who filed for borrower defense.