• Report: #1087052
Complaint Review:

Michael Lux

  • Submitted: Tue, September 24, 2013
  • Updated: Tue, September 24, 2013

  • Reported By: Truth about Lux — Indiana
Michael Lux
, Indiana USA

Michael Lux Student Loan Sherpa studentloansherpa.com Michael Lux Attorney at Law another new scam fro profits Michael Lux aka Student Loan Sherpa Indiana

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Just want to make people aware of the new scam junkie to enter the industry, his name is Michael Lux self named The Student Loan Sherpa. 

He is an attorney licensed in 2012 and has a ton of student loan debt according to his website and has found the perfect scam to rip people off. He writes about the industry, trashes companies he knows nothing about with zero investigation, trashes what they actually offer yet he sells marketing on his site to lead vendors and/or call centers offering the same service. 

After actually reviewing Michael Lux and his site www.studentloansherpa.com I have found that he has only had a license for roughly a year. What's also interesting is trying to call him for an interview to hire him as an attorney is just about impossible. It seems the majority of his income is coming from the marketing done on www.studentloansherpa.com so he has found a way to pay back those student loans. . [continued below]....


After clicking on one of his links and filling out the form I personally received 14 calls within 3 days from different companies, 3 of the companies had be under investigation and one had been shut done and reopened under a different name. Prior to offering help with student loans they did debt settlement but were raided and shut done just 6 months ago. 

I have tried several times to find a business phone number and or address but I haven't succeeded, as of yet, I will continue to try and keep you updated. This review site www.studentloansherpa.com is just another scam by someone coming out of school and realizing life isn't as easy as he thought it would be. Now Michael Lux has found a way to make money on consumers that feel his opinion counts because he has a blog.

Please take warning what taking his advise, here's another little fun fact about Michael Lux and his blog. Many of his post come from the same IP address but under different names. Maybe he should do some real research before slandering companies because some of us actually run legitimate businesses and have the ability and resources to do the research he promises on his site. 

P.S. everyone has an opinion, as a consumer it's probably best to be educated before taking an opinion from someone you've never met. These scam are easy to fall for. 

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