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Are there any third parties that can help with student loan consolidation?

I have been using the online services of the federal student loan database as well as my various student loan servicing departments and am coming up with confusing and contradictory information from the various official and private websites, making it so that I am unable to enter the right info on my consolidation application. Is there anyone I can pay to help me make sense of it all? I know new laws about 3rd parties have come into effect, but I do not know what they are or how I can make sense of the incomplete info I find on the supposedly comprehensive student loan database (missing account #’s, interest rates, loan servicing phone number and addresses, etc.). Please advise.


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One Response to "Are there any third parties that can help with student loan consolidation?"

  1. Lisa C says:
    If you’re finding incomplete info on NSLDS ( you really need to contact the individual lenders that you borrowed the money from. If you are having trouble with that, try contacting your school(s) that you attended. Most financial aid offices can look up that information and help you figure out who you need to talk to.

    As for consolidation, if these are federal Stafford Loans, you need to consolidate at

    Edited to add: if all else fails and you can’t get the info from either your lender or your school, you can contact the Federal Student Aid Ombudsman Office. They can help work with the various places to get you complete info.

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