(301) 777-5871 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript Hello This call is being made for compliance reasons regarding your federal student loan being serviced by Navy and now net or other federal loan servicers the government has mandated that all third party loan servicers notify their clients of government forgiveness programs available through the Department of Education we are showing that your servicer has not offered forgiveness programs and has failed to notify you if you have your F.S.A. ID number and want to check eligibility press 5 if you need help retrieving it press 7.
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