A woman has received $20,000 from the US Department of Education after receiving a $20 loan from the Education Department.
According to the DOE, this loan was given to a woman named Karen to help pay for her medical bills.
Karen has now filed a complaint with the department regarding the loan.
The DOE has confirmed that this loan is being reviewed and will be removed if it does not meet the standards of the federal loan program.
The Department of Justice, however, is still investigating the loan and is taking additional steps to determine whether Karen violated the loan rules.
[RELATED: Woman received $30,000 loan to help cover medical bills]While this case is extremely concerning, it’s important to note that Karen was an excellent student who was extremely committed to her studies.
She was one of the best students in her class.
This loan was intended to help her meet her financial goals, but it was also given to her because she was “a terrible student.”
She has now taken action to get her loan reinstated.
The Education Department also says it is investigating the matter.[RELATED: Student who received $15K loan was ‘terrible’ but ‘had a great attitude’]The loan was originally set to end in 2019, but the Department of Health and Human Services decided to extend the loan for another six years.
This extension would have paid Karen $21,000 over her lifetime, but because Karen is a survivor of breast cancer, her life will not be completely saved.
The department says that the loan should not have been extended, but that they will look into the matter further.
Karen’s lawsuit states that her family is not being compensated for the medical expenses that she will incur from this incident. [MORE]