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September 17, 2010


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Recent Grad

Interesting from a business perspective, but I'm more curious how this is going to affect current Citi/SLC borrowers. Being one of those borrowers (w/ both federal AND private loans through Citi/SLC), I'd love to know whether my monthly payments are going to start going somewhere other than Citibank, and I haven't found ANY information to that affect.

Tim Ranzetta

Recent Grad,

Deal won't close until year-end so don't expect to hear anything until then.

Tim Ranzetta
Publisher of SLA Blog

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