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  1. Hello, everyone-- At the link below is the definition of "adverse credit history" WRT Grad Plus loans. http://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/34/685.200 (search "adverse") And here we have a leaflet from ed.gov saying much the same thing: http://www.ifap.ed.gov/dlbulletins/attachments/DLB0703Attach.pdf Question 1. I have a credit card that reports as "closed by grantor" to all three credit bureaus. I am now current with my payments, which go to the credit card company itself, so everything else in the entry reads fine, "pays as agreed," etc. Nothing says "charge off." Is there any possible
  2. I will be going to grad school next year, and it is a very expensive school. I will be taking a Stafford loan, but will still need a plus loan to afford school. I have many baddies and charge offs, but they are all from 5-6 years ago with the exception of a 200 charge off from Verizon from a year ago. My questions: will the older baddies keep me from getting approved for a plus loan and will the small and recent verizon charge off keep me from getting the plus loan? I really want to attend the school. Thanks.
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