(202) 590-7188 is a Student Loan Scam
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- Transcript Urgent message this is your last and final reminder that your federal student loan forgiveness application is set to expire at the end of this year as part of the Obama student loan forgiveness program your loans are eligible to receive a payment reduction by up to 65 percent and sometimes even forgive your debt completely if you have more than $10000.00 in federal student loans please press 1 now to check your eligibility or press 5 men to decline this offer and be taken off the list.
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- Call Activity Last Blocked 1 year ago
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