Most qualified borrowers aren’t aware of the available programs or how to apply.

Use the form to tell us about your financial situation. Use the form and your financial freedom begins.

    By submitting this request form, you are agreeing to be contacted by phone or email, even if you are on a National Do Not Call list.  United Aid Group will review and determine what Discharge or Repayment Options, you’re entitled to, if any.  Please respond to our initial text message and let us know your interest level and availability. If you are no longer interested Please Let Us Know! We don’t want to hassle you! Visit our Privay Policy page for more information.


    With closures and cancellations happening across the US in response to the spreading coronavirus, many Americans are likely to face financial burdens in the very near future as their incomes dwindle. In an effort to help ease that burden, President Donald Trump announced in a press conference that the interest on federal student-loan payments would be suspended “until further notice” while the US deals with the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

    In addition to this news, the Senate has requested President Trump’s signature in support of the Borrowers Defense program due to the following claims:

    • The Department of Education demanded incorrect loan payment from 16,034 students.
    • Of those students, 3,289 student borrowers made one or more loan payments because of these demands, which they were not actually supposed to pay.
    • The Department has still not confirmed that 1,147 students’ loans are in the correct status, leaving those students in limbo.
    • The Department has harmed the credit of 847 non-defaulted students.
    • The Department subjected 1,808 students to involuntary debt collections (garnished their wages or taken their tax refunds or benefits).

    Most qualified borrowers aren’t aware of the available programs or how to apply. Speak to an Advocate to discuss the options you are entitled to! (000) 000-0000.

    Loan Discharge and Forgiveness In 3 Easy Steps


    Review Your Forgiveness Eligibility

    Find out if you’re eligible for a lower payment, discharge or forgiveness.


    Select The Best Option

    You may have multiple programs to choose from. We will guide you.


    Prepare And Submit All Documentation

    ASLA will submit the necessary paperwork to enroll you in the discharge program.

    30-45 days

    Join thousands of borrowers who already have enrolled
    in lower and forgiveness programs

    The United Aid Group customer service has been great​.​ They always respond back and if I have a question or problem their staff is always their to answer and straighten it out. Fritz especially has been wonderful​ and helped me through this confusing process. ​Two thumbs up!​

    Quincy C.

    Thank you very much for all your help to solve my student loan problems. I highly recommend this company to my classmates who need to consolidate their student loan. I am so happy to start making the payment in the amount that I can afford.

    Jessica W.

    I was in over my head and in default. My taxes and wages were being garnished and it was killing me. United Aid Group took me out of collections and stopped the garnishment! The United Aid Group has made the process easy and they are extremely easy to work with. I couldn’t do any of this on my own and I wouldn’t know where to start. They have great customer service and every time I call with questions there’s always someone there to answer it.

    Brian P.

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    ASLR Marketing, Inc, D.B.A American Student Loan Advocates is a private company and does not claim to be affiliated with any Federal, State or Local agencies.  American Student Loan Advocates assists people to obtain Federal Government Student Loan Forgiveness and Consolidation programs by pre-qualifying and submitting required documentation on their behalf. If you would rather not share your information electronically, then call our advisers directly at 844-499-5626. By submitting the request form above, you consent to be contacted by American Student Loan Advocates or it’s affiliates by phone, email or text/SMS at the number(s) listed above even if your number provided on the form above is on a National or State Do Not Call List. In some cases, automated technology may be used to contact you. Your consent does not require you to purchase any goods and/or services. Standard carrier and messaging rates will apply.

    American Student Loan Advocates is not the Department of Education, a lender, a debt consolidation Company, or a law firm and does not provide legal advice.  American Student Loan Advocates provides fee based consulting and document preparation services to assist consumers who seek to apply for federal repayment programs and benefits using Department of Education (“DOE”)/approved forms, regulations and or websites.  For a fee the American Student Loan Advocates will assist in data collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation of available options and will complete for client’s approval, signature and submission all documents required for federal repayment programs offered by the DOE or its servicers.  All processes and applications are available to client free of charge utilizing DOE and approved servicer websites and information resources.   Additionally, depending on the service(s) selected, American Student Loan Advocates may contact on client’s behalf any Guarantor, servicer or benefit issuing entity to investigate and report any additional options available to Client for client’s selection and approval.  American Student Loan Advocates does not charge fees in advance and Client’s payments for the requested services to American Student Loan Advocates are Ex Post Facto or “After the fact” and are in no way to be considered as payment towards any outstanding Federal loan debt obligations and American Student Loan Advocates does not imply as such.  American Student Loan Advocates DOES NOT provide assistance or service(s) for Private Student Loans nor do any of the Federal Repayment Programs allow for the consolidation or refinancing of private Student Loans.  Any option(s) provided should be considered a (Soft Quote) and are the opinion of trained Advocates and are based on verbal (Not proven factual) statements of information provided by client at time of data collection.  “Soft Quote” is an estimation solely based on the information provided by Client and may be subject to change pending verification of information.  The Terms “Forgiveness”, “Relief” and Discharge” are all used loosely and each term or Federal Program must meet required specific conditions to qualify and receive the stated benefit.  Client should perform in all matters of due diligence in order to verify the qualifying program and statements made by American Student Loan Advocates. Services not available in Illinois, Connecticut, New Mexico, Washington.

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