Student Loan Forgiveness Scam Calls and Voicemails

Student Loan Forgiveness Scam Calls and Voicemails

I got what seems to be an official voicemail from a woman named Janis James or Janet James who identified herself as agent #1691 calling from "The Student Assist Network" from telephone number 888-719-2635. Janis left me a voice message saying that she works on some type of student loan forgiveness program and if I would call her back she can help me with a "student aid forgiveness program" for my student aid loans, but that the program is a "first come first served" and limited, so she advised calling her back right away. But, I happen to know that these types of student forgiveness loans only come from official government agencies. So this is a total scam! Block and report the telephone number.

Here is a transcript of the voicemail:

"Hi this is Janis James from The student Assist Network, my agent id is 1691 and my number is 888-719-2635. Um, I'm just calling to let you know that your student aid is qualified for the forgiveness program, we may be able to grant you a partial or a full forgiveness package but I'd like you to know that this program has limited openings and in a first-come, first-served basis, so call me back soon to finalize the details and again my number is 888-719-2635. You could talk to me or any of the reps to finalize your file. Thank you."

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  • October 10, 2021 at 1:50 PM by Toni111 from: Erie, Pennsylvania, United States

    Yeah, they call me all the time. I told them I don't even have student loans and they hang up on me.

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