(347) 855-3925 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript U.S. Department of Education Code 2009 your federal student loans may be eligible for new programs designed to lower or you eliminate your student loan payments you may be eligible to lower your payments by more than 90 percent and may qualify for a loan forgiveness please press 1 to lower your student loan payments if you no longer need help or wish to be removed from our phone list then please press 2 please choose your option now press 1 now for loan forgiveness.
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