Did Navient fail to offer income-driven repayment? | IN 60 SECONDS

POLL — Who has the better case: CFPB or Navient? https://bit.ly/2W4bFUj

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau alleged in 2017 that the student loan servicing company Navient steered borrowers into costly repayment plans and failed to inform borrowers about all of their options. While initial media coverage overwhelmingly sided with the CFPB, AEI’s Jason Delisle explains why more scrutiny is needed.

ARTICLE — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s student-loan shakedown https://bit.ly/2VOQReC

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