I was struggling with everything, car payment, rent, insurance, and of course my student loans. Working as an EMT people seem to think we make a lot of money, this isn’t the case. Most companies start first year EMT’s at 12.50-13.50 an hour. Depending on where you live it’s tough to survive.
Two years I have struggled to pay my student loans and they have fallen in default. I found out about consolidating my loans through a friend who is a nurse. She informed me that because my job was a public service I could potentially pay something I could afford and get my credit back on track.
After talking with Eric Statzer and the team that was going to be handling my process I felt very relieved. I felt like a big time load was taken off my plate. Everyone that I have talked with on the phone was extremely nice and seemed to be very concerned with my position. They cared about, my goals and dreams. The process was very quick and easy. Every step was examined in detail, every question was explained and they made sure I understood everything. Now, I can go to the store and buy that new suit instead of driving by and mentally picturing how good I’d look in it. Thanks to you all, I’m able to go out and have fun with my friends and catch up on bills and be current and not worry if a tow truck is coming to repossess my car.