The U.S. Department of Education and its business partner are demanding payments for student loans that I did not receive as a student. The U.S. Department of Education is basing its demands on student loan applications and on its internal documents. However, student loan applications and an agency’s internal documents do not mean that student loan borrowing and lending have taken place. Accordingly, people from the U.S. Department of Education have failed to validate the non-existing loans, but so far that has not stopped them from making demands, that have been accompanied by threats.
This is an open, so far unresolved case. This case evolves further slowly, but surely. At this point I have invoiced Mr. Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education for extortion – for the services rendered in self defense in involuntary servitude conditions. So, let’s see, where this will take us.
Getty Images, Inc. is demanding money for usage of images without furnishing sufficient proof that this company has the right to make such demands.
Getty Images, Inc. ceased making demands and any other further interactions after the communication described here. Accordingly, this dormant case has been closed until there is a need to reopen it.
I will publish this Anti-Extortion Case 3 as a series of letters that I sent to Law Office of Carolyn E. Wright, LLC and to Corbis Corporation’s management. I will also describe the correspondence that I received. You decide, whether the demands that these entities are making are valid or not.
Carolyn E. Wright of the Law Office of Carolyn E. Wright, LLC, her co-worker, and Corbis Corporation’s lawyer ceased making demands and any other further interactions after the communication described here. Accordingly, this dormant case has been closed until there is a need to reopen it.
Effectively Managed Higher Education Case 4 focuses on exploring the U.S. Department of Education led debt collection, higher education financing and delivery problems and solution alternatives.
The Effectively Managed Higher Education Case 4 grew out from Anti-Extortion Case 1, but the Effectively Managed Higher Education Case 4 differs from the three anti-extortion cases presented on this website so far.
The Anti-Extortion Cases featured on this website focus on describing problematic circumstances and some of their handling options. The Effectively Managed Higher Education Case 4 will focus on exploring and identifying problem areas and their corresponding solution alternatives.
Thus, the Effectively Managed Higher Education Case 4 scope is broader, and this case is both against continuation of problem causing practices, and for implementation of improved solutions.