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(954) 314-8892 is a Student Loan Scam

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  • Transcript Hello if you have federal student loan debt and are out of school you may be eligible for federal loan forgiveness programs the federal government has made it possible to qualify for partial or complete forgiveness of your student loan debt today have bad credit due to student loans consolidation programs can help you get back in good standing if you have received this call in error and would like to be removed from my list please press 1 now again if you do not have student loans and would like to permanently be removed from my list press 1 now if you do have federal student loans and are currently out of school don't let the solver pass you by press 2 now to speak with 1 of our representatives.
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 7 months ago

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