Massive Filings on Defaulted Student Loans by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust has filed a large number of lawsuits against consumers in the Central Florida Area. These lawsuits are defective on their face. No allegations of assignment are alleged in the complaint. Moreover, many of the lawsuits are being filed by a Seattle, WA law firm by the name of Weinstein, Pinson & Riley, P.S. Based upon the failure of these crucial allegations, the lawsuits are ripe for dismissal. Just in 2013, Anthony Colunga of Weinstein Pinson & Riley has filed over 67 lawsuits against Orlando consumers; 36 lawsuits against residents of Seminole County; and, 33 in Volusia County, all on behalf of National Collegiate Student Loan Trust.

National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is a Delaware Trust that is currently pursuing many consumers in the Central Florida area on student loans. In most cases, National Collegiate Student Loan Trust is the holder of a loan but does not have the necessary assignments needed to prosecute the case.

Other law firms that represent National Collegiate Student Loan Trust in Central Florida are:

Pollack and Rosen, P.A.

Anthony Colunga, Esq.

Hayt, Hayt & Landau, P.L.

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National Collegiate Student Loan Trust Sues Hundreds of Consumers in Central Florida

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