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(317) 777-5871 is a Student Loan Scam

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  • Transcript Lo This is an important message regarding your federal student loan being serviced by now and that Nabby it or similar 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 your servicer does not directly offer forgiveness programs and has failed to notify his clients this call is being made for compliance reasons for eligibility press 5 now if you have your F.S.A. ID press 7 if you need help retrieve it thank you.
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  • Call Activity Low Last detected 10 months ago

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You have no idea the amount of calls we used to get. The "do not call" list was a waste of time. Then I heard about Nomorobo. It has been outstanding. I counted 17 calls in a 5 day period. We get one ring, then nothing! Keep up the good work. ( it's a shame you can't get rid of the political calls) never met anyone who changed their vote after an annoying phone call.

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Unimpressed...It simply didn't work, and at one point it seemed we were receiving even more robocalls.!! I signed up when it became available on my phone service, I tracked and reported robocalls I was receiving, but after a couple of months of no positive results, I stopped using your service and returned to using the accepted callers filter offered by my phone service. It does limit me to 9 accepted phone numbers, but it works perfectly. John Rollison

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