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(989) 777-5871 is a Student Loan Scam

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  • Transcript Hello This call is being made for compliance reasons regarding your federal student loan being serviced by Navy and now net or other federal 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 we are showing that your servicer has not offered forgiveness programs and has failed to notify you if you have your F.S.A. ID number and want to check eligibility press 5 if you need help retrieving it press 7.
  • Last Blocked
  • Date Blacklisted June 13, 2017
  • Call Activity Low Last detected 1 year ago

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it has been a mindsaver........the phone may ring once and the call is caught!!! it has lessened the amount of calls dramatically!!! Thanks Nomorobo, you are the first line of defense against annoying robo calls!!

" Rachael from credit card services" was the BAIN of my life for years. I no longer hear from her! After returning from several years in Europe, I found that I received 4-6 of these calls PER DAY!!! They have all but stopped. The few that do get through are reported. I actually changed my service from Comcast to Verizon for this reason!

Lifesaver!And this despite the fact that it only traps 50%-75% of the robocalls. Still way better than nothing.

Fantastic! Really cut the unwanted calls down to nearly zero. Keep up the great work of giving control of our phones back to us.

Before Nomorobo we would get some 20-30 auto dialer calls a day. We had even gone so far to buy a phone that announces the caller's ID, so we wouldn't answer the 800 calls. But then the masked local calls started coming too. I seriously considered getting rid of our home phone. I am so happy with Nomorobo. This service has seriously saved me and my husband countless and daily aggravation.

I am so, so grateful to Nomorobo. You have restored peace and tranquility to my household. My wife and I have different phone lines, and she works from home. My phone used to ring all day long with unwanted calls and it was annoying to her. When I came home in the evening our dinners would invariably be interrupted by unwanted calls. Now I hear a short burst of a ring, and I smile and think, another frustrated spam call. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Where can I donate to your costs?

I loved "robo" while it worked but, a few months ago, we had no incoming calls. I contacted our phone co. (Optimum) and they discovered ALL our calls were being sent to "robo". They advised switching call forwarding to "off". They reset the modem and the problem was solved. After a few weeks, I reestablished "robo"--it worked for about a month when the same problem occurred. After Optimum again corrected the problem, I never switched back to "robo". I would appreciate your comments

It's fantastic, one ring and they're gone. Everyone should use it!!

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