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On December 11-12, 2013, AFSLR held its inaugural industry event. The event focused on educating our current and prospecitve members on the various elements of assisting consumers struggling with student loan debt. We had representatives from the government, technology companies, as well as several consumer credit counseling groups discussing what they feel is the best method to handle certain consumers in very different situations.
The vast majority of attendees were in favor of a follow up event in six months to continue the dialougue. Please continue to check this site regularly for future updates.
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At the AFSLR, we take consumer complaints very seriously.
If you have any problem about the service you received or any other matter relating to any member of the
AFSLR, we will contact the company and encourage them to resolve your concerns as quickly as possible.
We will get back to you shortly and let you know how we have addressed yor concerns.
Please email us at complaints@AFSLR.org with your complaint.
Thanks for visiting our website. The AFSLR exists as an entity to educate companies that are currently in the student relief industry on the various issues of regulatory compliance, as well as the various products and services that might be out there. When it comes to government consolidation programs, we strongly endorse the National Consumer Law Center's guideline that no student loan relief company should ever hold ANY government program to be one of their own. This is misleading to the consumer and should not be a part of any reputable company's sales tactics. We also encourage all companies, whether they are members of AFSLR or not, to become more educated on the various relief options that are available to consumers. Everyone's situation is unique and must be treated as such.
Additionally, we highly recommend any prospective borrower or anyone searching for more infomration on student loan relief to visit either https://studentloans.gov or http://www.studentloanborrowerassistance.org/ to find more free information about what your options might be. Both are wonderful resources. Please be informed and know your options.