(215) 383-1839 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript Hello how are you my name is Emily I'm with the student loan forgiveness center the reason that we've been trying to reach you is that our records indicate you may qualify for a program that will reduce your student loans or even offer full forgiveness now thousands of students just like you qualify for those programs however most of them don't know it and miss out on the opportunity due to paperwork deadlines so would you like to hear how you may qualify for this time sensitive program. . I'm so sorry I didn't hear you clearly would you like to hear how you may qualify for this time sensitive program. . Would you like to hear how you may qualify for this time sensitive program. . Well thank you for your time and have a nice day.
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