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The Default Aversion Assistance Request (DAAR) Form is used by lenders/servicers to request assistance in resolving delinquent FFELP loan accounts.
There are two types of requests that can be submitted using the DAAR Form. The first is a Skip Request, which is a request for help in locating address and phone information for an account on which the lender is not otherwise eligible to request default aversion assistance. This type of request can be submitted at any time and is not mandatory.
The second type of request is a standard DAAR. With this request, a lender/servicer asks for assistance in resolving a FFELP account that is delinquent on monthly payments. This specific request cannot be submitted until the account reaches sixty (60) days past due. When initially submitting a DAAR, TG prefers that lenders/servicers use the Common Account Maintenance/Common Claim Initiative (CAM/CCI) process.
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