Pahang woman lodges police report that she is being disturbed by a loan shark even after repaying a total of RM18,000 for a RM10,000 loan.
It will be paid within 10 months and will spur economic development, he says.
The corporation says it is doing a detailed study of a new mechanism which will be appropriate for all borrowers.
Former PTPTN chairman Shamsul Anuar Nasarah says new repayment scheme may increase collections but will put a strain on borrowers to pay back.
Minister Maszlee Malik says more feedback from stakeholders is required for a decision.
The PTPTN chairman says he understands the concerns that some borrowers may have but the loans must be paid back.
They say the repayment threshold for National Higher Education Fund Corporation loans from RM1,000 to RM2,000 is not good enough, adding they prefer the PH manifesto promise of RM4,000.
Although a sticky situation for you to be in, get a commitment of repayment from them but expect the very high possibility of bad debts.
The former prime minister reminds Pakatan Harapan that it was them who had instigated students not to repay their loans before GE14 and had promised to wipe out the loans.
The education minister also urges people to stop politicising the issue.
Dave Ramsey and Harvard researchers say its better to prioritise debt in the order of one's 'balances' of debt as opposed to the interest rates of those debts.
It is time to leave populist and political considerations aside.
The former premier says PTPTN loan defaulters include other races who were also taken in by PH’s promises that their debts would be written off.
Instead of concentrating on where the money comes from, we should focus on the project viability and our repayment ability.
DAP MP says if state fund had really made its final settlement to IPIC by disposing of properties in Selangor and Penang to China-owned entities, official transactions would have taken place.
Association of Banks in Malaysia says adequate rules are in place to protect the interests of borrowers.
Malaysians are still in the dark over how 1MDB made the combined payment of US$650 million or approximately RM2.8 billion to IPIC.
PKR MP also asks if the finance ministry will step in to help 1MDB pay its debts.
Auditor-General's Report finds inherent weaknesses in organisation, with bad debts amounting to more than RM400 million.
Higher education minister proposes for those having difficulties in repaying the loans to restructure their payment.