Student Loan Hero Featured on TechCrunch

Student Loan Hero featured in TechCrunch

With the recent launch of our beta student loan repayment tool, TechCrunch featured Student Loan Hero in a post titled, “With $63 Million Under Management, Student Loan Hero Joins The “Mint For Student Loans” Crowd”.

Here is a quick snippet of the post, “Ever since I graduated from college in 2009, I’ve been followed by personal loan debt,” says Josuweit. “I graduated with $104,000 in student loans, across 16 loans from four different banks.” To keep up with his payments, due dates, addresses, payment schedules, and more, he put all his loans into an Excel spreadsheet. “My banks and my college weren’t really providing me with financial strategy to get out of debt faster, so in the spreadsheet I was running financial calculations…it was a nightmare, to be honest,” he says.

You can read the rest of the post here.

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