A true Drew Shrew piece of Doo-doo.
It's scary the lies that Drew tells himself. Floating in a psychotic fantasy world must be very comforting for someone living a lie.
Investors aren't stupid enough to fall for your malicious bs.
Anyone can easily do 1 hour of research and discredit all the Shrew's false statements.
Drew, you're talking to yourself and slipping more quickly into delirium.
The average P/E for the average boring stock is 12 to 14. Investors will soon realize that ESI should be at $12/share MINIMUM!
"ITT Educational Services, Inc. (NYSE: ESI), a leading provider of technology-oriented postsecondary degree programs, today reported that diluted earnings per share in 2015 decreased to $0.97 compared to $0.98 in 2014."
To bad Freetzwilly (a.k.a. Limpwilly) and the government ripoff artist Quantass are unemployed.
"Elaine Florentino, an associate at PwC, is getting an employee benefit that helps her with her student loan debt. Elaine, 23, graduated from Bentley University in 2014 with a degree in accounting and again in 2015 with a masters in taxation.
Along with her two degrees, she took home about $57,000 in student loan debt.
Florentino, who lives in Boston, Massachusetts with her 5-year-old son Elijah, is in a unique position when it comes to paying that debt back, however.
As an associate for big four consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, she's taken full advantage of a new, unique company benefit currently only available at the Boston office: monthly payments toward her outstanding student loans.
"When you graduate and you're straight out of college, you're kind of the only one carrying that burden," Florentino told Business Insider. "When someone helps you, it makes you feel appreciated."
The program, called the Student Loan Paydown (SLP), is administered by Boston start-up Gradifi and is currently in a pilot phase.
When it launches to the larger company on July 1, the program will contribute $100 a month to employees who have student loan debt. Employees will receive up to $1,200 annually for up to six years, or until the employee is promoted to a manager role — whichever comes first.
The total amount could be worth about $10,000, thanks to the effect of extra payments on the loan interest, and might help shave off 2-3 years of debt, according to Michael Fenlon, global talent leader at PwC."
as silly as Limpwilly's willy. A lot of limp arguments from the dumbest of the dumb.
Limpwilly just let it slip that he didn't finish high school.
Limpwilly ain't too good at math.
You can't earn any money by keeping it in cash.
Limpwilly. Uneducated and unemployed.
Uneducated and unemployed.
Never had a job without getting fired.
A useless mess of worthlessness.
Limpwilly (a.k.a. Freetzwilly) will always protect his girlfriend Quantass and whip his wick.
Freetzwilly is uneducated and unemployed. She has likely NEVER had a job!
Being unemployed allows Limpwilly to post day or night.
The bottom line here is that Quantass will:
1) Never get a FHA or VA loan.
2) Will have a huge lien placed on any property she owns.
3) Will have any wages she earns garnished by the Dept. of Education.
4) Will have his bank account frozen.
5) Will never own an asset that the Dept. of Education can't take away.
6) Will always have bad credit.
7) Will never have a partner who trusts him (except Limpwilly)
8) Will never be employed by a legitimate employer.
9) Will retire penniless.
10) Will never have an education.
11) Will die trying to welch on his Government loan.
12) And will never have children (except the Quantass/Limpwilly gene spliced atrocity called Drew the Shrew).
Poor Limpwilly. He made a bad choice of girlfriends!
I am in love with a man. We have been together for almost three years and are looking at the possibility of getting married. The one issue is that he has quite a bit of student loan debt. It amounts to about $90,000. He has had trouble paying this student debt. The Department of Education garnishes his wages, and he cannot own any property without the fear of having it foreclosed on because of his student loan debt.
If we are to get married, what would I be responsible for? Would my bank account be subjected to being frozen and money taken out of it? If we were to jointly own a house would we still be in danger of foreclosure due to his student loan debt? Also, if we were to have a child would my husband be able to claim hardship and not have his wages garnished anymore?
Jennifer in Ohio (real name is Limpwilly)
Let me put your mind at ease: You do not accept responsibility for his debts by marrying him. So, no, your wages would not be garnished as the wife of a man with $90,000 in student debt. It’s his John Hancock on these loan agreements, not yours. And, no, your bank account would not be frozen or garnished because you marry him. However, if you had a joint bank account, that’s different. It’s possible that the government could garnish money from that. The Department of Education takes loan defaults very seriously. In most circumstances, creditors in Ohio can only garnish up to 25% of your wages. (Garnish is such a polite word, isn’t it?)
ANY ASSET IS POTENTIALLY AT RISK when it comes to student loan defaults. “The Department can also file the judgment with the county records office to create a property lien — a notice to the world that you owe money,” according to Rauser & Associates law firm, which has offices in Ohio. That said, borrowers who default on federal student loans cannot qualify for a Federal Housing Administration or Veteran Affairs mortgage.
Sadly, Quantass and Limpwilly are lovers in distress!
On top of that, employers are starting to add loan payoff programs to their benefits. This means loans get paid off faster with less interest.
Of course, if you are unemployed and uneducated as Freetzwilly is, there's no hope.