(202) 871-3960 is a Student Loan Scam based in Washington, District Of Columbia, United States. Carrier is Peerless Ntwk Of Dc. 19 Reports & 6999 Searches. They left 11 comment(s). Users also tagged it as student loan, loan scam, no message left.
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
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Student loan scam
Claims I owe a student loan. Never took one out. Has been calling for 2 years.
Scam! ID says "Student Forgive" I have no student loans!
Automated until you answer, then transferred to person with foreign accent who told me I needed to pay off my student loans before legal action was taken. I told the guy I have NO student loans and he immediately hung up.
Scam caller. She says her name is Lisa Davis. She does not say what company she is calling from but says she needs to speak with me about student loans. This sounds like a scam. I recommend blocking this number.
This is a scam. This number called me twice a day for three weeks until I finally answered and told them to stop calling. They said I owed money on student loans. What a joke.
Got a call from this number. Said hello. Guy says hes with student loan support. Would you like to make a payment? I dont have student loans. This guy didnt even ask my name. Probably a scam trying to see who they can get to give them card info without questioning it.
Same as others...Debbie Reynolds calling about my federal student loans to discuss repaying the loan with the current changes that are about to take effect..Considering I've never had any type of student loans I'm betting it's another Robo scam call! Get 3 or 4 daily, they get my phone number from applying for a job online! What a joke!!!
Total spam caller/ they called from many Idaho area numbers asking about student loan payments it’s a fraud, if you talk to a human and ask anything about the name of the company or ask for a manger or even start to say take me off you list they hang up before you can even end your sentence
Called saying I owe on a student loan. I've never had a student loan.