Last week I ran into an old friend of mine from college at happy hour at that new swanky lounge downtown. He is a big time attorney now and of course I felt a little embarrassed to tell him what I did. “Well,” I thought, “at least I am not up to my eyeballs in debt from school.” Satisfied with my reasoning for why I took the easy track in college, I let him buy me another drink.
With a wry smile and the kind of confidence that only comes after 2 Dirty Grey Goose Martinis: “Geez, so undergrad and then law school at Duke? You must owe a ton in school loans...”
“Actually, The Student Box allows me to only make one small payment every month. They cut my original payment in half.”
What??? How could this be? Who is The Student Box? My monthlies are like $275 and I only owe around $16,000.
He went on to tell me about the July 1st interest rate hike of 2% and how it wasn’t too late for me to get some help myself from The Student Box. Although he owes almost 3-times what I do, somehow The Student Box was able to get his payments about as low as mine. Though my math skills haven’t always been the best and my buzz wasn’t helping, I could tell that The Student Box would eventually save me THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS!
“The Student Box REALLY has saved me almost $10,000 and they will do the same for you,” he says. “But make sure to do it BEFORE July 1st.”
Later that evening after pondering all things that that extra cash could do for me, I went on www.TheStudentBox.com and applied. It was quick, easy and completely secure.
Just like my attorney friend, I was approved almost instantly and my monthly payments were reduced to around $150/month. I was amazed.
That’s why I have sent this to you. Although I am not quite on top of things as much as my attorney friend, I do want to make sure you get an opportunity to save as much as we did. It honestly took me less than 2 minutes and saved me thousands. If you have more than $10,000 in school loans, do it. You’ll save money; you’ll thank me; then, you will forward this to all your friends.
You have until July 1st to consolidate your student loans. What does this mean? The rates go up, and you pay more.
Student Loan Consolidation