I went to a Caribbean medical School in Curacao (Netherland-Antilles). I applied for a private student loan through the School and with my brother as a cosigner I was able to secure $75K in loans (~35K for the Theory part and ~35K for the practical clinical rotations in the US). When I was ready to do the Clinical Rotations in the US, the school went bankrupt (after all my Student loans were disbursed). As a result I had to transfer out to another Caribbean School, and borrow money from family.
After a year or so, my original school was bought over by someone and is running again. I want them to either pay my fees for Clinical Rotations or pay back the balance of my loan on which I am still paying interest on. I have email proof that the original management got funds.
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