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    Loan Discharge Application: Unauthorized Signature

    Students who believe that their school forged their signature on federal loan applications or loan checks may be able to eliminate those loan obligations.
    Updated: July 8, 2016

    How To Qualify

    You could qualify if your school falsely signed your name on your loan application or master promissory note without your permission and you did not benefit from the loan. You can only qualify if the loan money wasn't credited to your account, paid to you, or used to pay your tuition and fees.

    What You'll Need

    You will need documentation to prove both that you did not sign for the loans and that you did not benefit from them. For example, you may be asked for signature samples and school billing statements. Consult your servicer for the specific documentation they require when you submit your discharge application.

    Eligible Loans

    The following loans disbursed on or after July 1, 1986, may be eligible:

    • Subsidized Stafford loans
    • Unsubsidized Stafford loans
    • Grad PLUS loans
    • Parent PLUS loans (the student that the loan was borrowed for must be eligible)

    Perkins loans are not eligible for this discharge.

    Where To Send This Form

    Submit this form to your loan holder. If you don't know who that is, you can go to the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS®) to find out.

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    Solicitud de condonación de préstamos: Pago no Autorizado

    Students who believe that their school forged their signature on federal loan applications or loan checks may be able to eliminate those loan obligations.
    Actualizado: 8 julio 2016

    Cómo calificar:

    Podrías calificar si la institución educativa falsificótu firma en la solicitud de préstamo o el pagaré maestro sin tu autorización y no recibiste beneficio alguno del préstamo. Solo calificas si el dinero del préstamo no fue acreditado en tu cuenta, pagado a ti o usado para pagar la colegiatura o cuotas.

    ¿Qué necesitas?

    Necesitarás documentación para probar que tu no firmaste para los préstamos y que no recibiste beneficio alguno de ellos. Por ejemplo, te pueden pedir ejemplos de firmas y estados de facturación de la institución educativa. Infórmate con tu administrador de préstamos para conocer la documentación específica que te pedirán al enviar tu solicitud de exoneración.

    Préstamos elegibles:

    Los siguientes préstamos desembolsados durante o después del 1 de julio de 1986 pueden ser elegibles:

    • Préstamos Stafford con subsidio
    • Préstamos Stafford sin subsidio
    • Préstamos Grad PLUS
    • Préstamos Parent PLUS

    Los préstamos Perkins no son elegibles para esta exoneración.

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