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Select Benefit Services Reports & Reviews (7)

• Nov 03, 2022

SCAM

I was reached out and told this was a licensed program. It is not. It is not needed and they don't do anything. they have probably taken 4 grand from me at this point and that could have just gone to my loans. They wont let you remove or cancel their services. I had to close out my account and block their calls. DO NOT USE OR LISTEN TO ANY OF THEIR EMPLOYYED SCAMMERS. I wish i could sue for lying and fraud. I was even contacted by MOHELA who now has my loans and they informed me of this companies scam.

the employees they have are just data entry and dont know anything.

DO NOT USE.

Victim Location 92503
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I received a call on 6/5/2019 & 6/6/2019 asking me to call a 1-866 number regarding student loans. On Wednesday, June 5th I pressed the prompt '2' on the 1-866-895-5695 to be removed from their call list, but on Thursday, June 6th I received yet another call this time from a different number but leaving a voicemail to call the same 1-866#. I called and talked to someone at the company and asked the name of their company and where they are located and she said 'Select Benefit Services' out of California.

I do not have any student loans and although my number is listed on the national do not call list these scammers still keep calling.

Victim Location 33625
Total money lost $390
Type of a scam Advance Fee Loan

I googled the phone number of my student loan servicer and this phone number for Select Benefit Services came up posing as the original loan servicer company. They told me 80% of my student loans would be forgiven if I went through them. They explained to me that they are affiliated with The Department Of Education and that everything being done through them was equal to the Department Of Education. I gave them my account information and they proceeded to take out an initial "fee" of $399. After that, they said in order to pay off the rest of my student loan debt, I would be paying $30/month for the next 20 years. I called the Department Of Education to confirm and they warned me of fraudulent behavior from Select Benefit Services. When I called Select Benefit Services back to explain my concern, they changed their story, stating the $30/month was to keep my account open with them so they could resubmit my paperwork for me yearly to the Department Of Education. This is also fraudulent because you can submit all paperwork to the Department Of Education for NO FEE. STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY.

Victim Location 02919
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I came across an email about a new laws discounting federal student loans. I called this man up and he said it was a way to pay off student loans ina shorter amount of time. He kept clearing his throat throughout the call, no background noise, he spoke with an Asian accent, and told me he didn’t have my student loan info because he isn’t my loan borrower. After I sent him my student loan information via the fafsa website- he talked me through it. I looked on the website and there’s barely anything on it. I told him I’d think about it and he said to make sure I call through his direct line and on Monday. I told him I no longer wanted to proceed and he said take care and hung up. I also sent an mail saying the same.

Victim Location 07436
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I called to see if they could lower it forgive my debt. Spent 30+ minutes on the phone. Then was asked for banking info and ss# etc. I got spooked and backed out but I'm afraid it might be too late.

Victim Location 74030
Type of a scam Government Grant

Letter came in the mail, in Oklahoma, showing FINAL NOTICE, and does not have a return address, only a phone number to contact.

Student Loan Consolidation & Payment Reduction Program. It states that the persons student loan may be eligible for consolidation with the US Department of Education. Also, states that the student loan may be eligible for total loan forgiveness. As a student loan holder, you may be eligible to convert your existing loan into a federally backed consolidation with a lower rate.

But yet they do not show their location, only has a name of Select Benefits Services and a phone number 866-222-5485. No more information. The envelope does have a zip code of 95799, which is from West Sacramento, California. (See attached)

Victim Location 91786
Type of a scam Credit Repair/Debt Relief

I received a letter in the mail stating I might be eligible for Student Loan relief. I called the phone number listed and a man answered stated all representatives are busy he took down my number and an ID that was printed on the letter I got and said someone would call me back from a 949 area code. I called the US Department of Education they said they dont consolidate through companies who send out letters. I then called ScamPulse.com and they said to file a scam report which I’m doing now

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