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Someone forged my name on a consolidation loan for a student loan and the company won’t admit its not mine.

I have filed everything the company (Direct Loans) has asked for including a police report,

notarized signatures of my signature, copy of my drivers license and SS card. The forged signature is so sloppy that a first grader could tell its not mine. I have also went to the Federal Omnibudsman and the Inspector general over this to no avail. I have been told to get an attorney to sue tham but I will have more in attroney fees to fight it then whats its worth. And there is no guarantee that I will get arttorney fees if I do win. Does anyone know of a court case that I could look up to read so I can file the suit myself? Or how I could resolve this?

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2 Responses to "Someone forged my name on a consolidation loan for a student loan and the company won’t admit its not mine."

  1. capturedheart143 says:
    Quite honestly, your best bet is to get an attorney. Not only can he/she help you with Direct Loans, but they can also prosecute the person that forged your name.

    I would suggest going to your state’s attorney general. Talk with him/her about the issue. Your state’s AG can help you with the case.

    Also, you consult with a lawyer, usually for a nominal fee (if any) and then decide from there if you want to pursue a legal case.

    If your parent’s or your employer has an Employee Assistance Program, they have access to legal advice for free. I would contact them as well.

    Without a lawyer, your attempts to persuade Direct Loans is low.

  2. aera says:
    They have to prove it is you.

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