Forbes verified that Navient has agreed to pay $3.5 million in student loans.
The company agreed in January to pay $1.7 billion owed by 66,000 debtors in subprime private colleges.
Navient also agreed to reimburse about 350,000 federal loan borrowers $95 million in restitution payments of about $260 each.
Navient was accused of engaging in unfair and misleading tactics, according to the lawsuit.
Navient neglected to send out renewal notices for income-driven repayment plans to student loan borrowers.
It encourages borrowers away from crucial federal student loan relief programs like PSLF.
In a related lawsuit filed in 2017, the CFPB claimed that Navient engaged in forbearance-encouraging activities.
Navient issued predatory subprime loans to students attending profit-making schools and colleges with low graduation rates while operating as Sallie Mae.
Navient has categorically rejected any wrongdoing or harm to student loan borrowers.
Accounts that were opened in the early 2000s are also more likely to be cancelled.