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My current payment due on my Nelnet Account is $561.47. However my online account reflects $1,172.60 as the current due. I called and was told they bill 30 days in advance. I protested and was told this is their policy. What?! Why would my current amount due reflect a July AND August payment? What if I enrolled in auto pay? Nelnet would have taken a total of $1,172.60 for July and August which is in the future. What about the person who did not/has not caught this and had 2 payments deducted automatically? When you are paycheck-paycheck, this can cut into groceries, rent/mortgage, etc. The current due should reflect what is true, not what is due and what is coming due in 30 days!

Renee M. Jones    July 16, 2018    Atlanta   

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