On July 7, the CFPB released a report detailing the continued challenges military servicemembers experience related to the servicing of their student loans, particularly when trying to invoke certain rights granted under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA). This report follows the CFPB’s May announcement seeking public comment on student loan servicing practices related to servicemembers. Based on over 1,300 complaints received, the report details how both private and federal student loan servicers continue to make mistakes handling servicemembers’ student loan repayments, leading to wrongful denial of legal benefits and negative credit reporting for military families. Specifically, the report highlights servicemembers’ difficulties in (i) obtaining the SCRA’s 6-percent interest rate cap; (ii) receiving adequate information or having requests properly processed, especially regarding deferment plans (leading to unwarranted delinquencies, defaults, and debt collections); and (iii) discharging the debts of severely injured veterans or the families of deceased servicemembers.