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The www.FedPrimeRate.com Personal Finance Blog and Magazine

Thursday, April 06, 2006

Where The Heck Are My Student Loans?

When I decided to consolidate my student loans, I had to spend an inordinate amount of time trying to figure out who exactly was holding my student loans (I wasn't very good at keeping records back then.)

So I am happy to report about a nifty utility I recently discovered at the National Student Clearinghouse website called the "LoanLocator"; simply enter your Social Security number and your date of birth on the secure page and the system may be able to retrieve your student loan information for you (participation in the LoanLocator service by your lender is necessary for a successful retrieval.) To give the LoanLocator system a try, point your web browser to:


And feel free to post a comment here to let us know if the LoanLocator it worked for you. Thanks!

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