A Stop to Collecting on Defaulted Federal Student Loans

Posted on: March 26, 2020
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The Education Department is putting a stop to collecting on defaulted federal
student loans amid the coronavirus pandemic until further notice.

The Education Department is putting a stop to collecting on defaulted federal student loans amid the
coronavirus pandemic and ordering private collection firms to stop pursuing borrowers “until further
notice," according to the official and a memo sent to the companies. The department plans to make the
policy retroactive to March 13, the day President Donald Trump declared a national emergency, the
official said
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