Hi, my daughter received a call from national enterprise systems who represent navient and presented her with the ability to pay $6800 in an installment agreement that would wipe away $98000 of private student loans. I'm her dad and she called and gave me the info. I called NES , checked them out and decided to do the intstallment agreement of $2000 down and 100/mo on my credit card yesterday. Today i found out that this loan doesn't show up on my daughter's credit report and as a result I feel that there is no need to continue paying it. Is there a way for me to get out of this committment and get back my $2000 or at least to prevent them from taking 100 per month for the next 4 years? I was not a co-signor on the loan and NES rep never told me that I couldn't cancel this agreement once I verbally agreed to it over the phone.
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