(650) 290-9237 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript Hi this is Lisa I'm making a final attempt to reach you regarding your newly issued student loan prequalification your student loans now qualify for a lower monthly payments and possibly total loan forgiveness press 2 now to speak to me or a specialist before these programs are gone forever to cancel your pre-approval press one and you will not be contacted again.
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