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15+ Year Member
Dec 11, 2002
Portland OR suburb
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Can anyone help me choose a lender, I don't know how to decide. I called the fin aid office and they said it doesn't matter, it is all the same. I don't see how this can be true, can anyone offer any insight? Which is the best lender, why?


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15+ Year Member
Sep 29, 2003
York Pennsylvania
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What bank are you using at home? or what bank is your CC or checking/saving account part of.

I have citibank checking/savings account so I borrow from citibank. that way, I only have to deal w/ one bank and because I'm a long time costumer, they treat me better. =)

the financial aid however I think is supported/sponsered by Bank One. I think.. i'm not sure how Bank one really is...

If there is a difference in interest rate for the loans then I am not sure and you should contact the individual bank you are borrowing from.

So bottom line is, I would borrow from the bbank which I have my major credit card, or banking cards to.
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