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Paid $300-600 to this company after them telling me to pay some of my debt up to $2700 and the rest of my loan will be forgiven after not receiving invoices for upcoming payments never heard back from company my loan didn’t decrease and found out that this was fraud

Told me I make 6 payments of 195. Then 12 payments of 10 and the rest of my loan would be forgiven for school. Had my loan info so thought it was legit. Did my research n found out its a scam.

Called and started talking about student loan forgiveness and asked for my email attached to my student loans, then noticed my password was changed. Then asked my occupation and how much I made annually, they talked about how much the company would pay in forgiveness, if I paid 210 for 4 months then all I would need to pay is 10 dollars every month after that for the remainder of my loan. Then had me fill out a form of how I would be making the payments, then made sure what my full name was on my card and then to digitally sign the paperwork and asked my full address so they could send me the paperwork.


A representative from the company left me a message to call me back because I may be eligible to receive Federal Student Loan Forgiveness. I called back and spoke to a different representative who took my email and looked up my Fed Loan Account. She was able to see the exact amount of my loan balance. She asked if I work for a non-profit. I said yes and she put me on hold. When she returned they told me that they can forgive $9,445 of my loans. I asked how will that reflect on my account. I was told I first have to make 4 payments of $240 then I have to pay 120 payments of $124. Then once I have completed those payments they will forgive $9,445. I also have to make the first payment within 3 weeks of the application. I received application confirmation emails from them with the sender being Due to the .gov address I thought it was legitimate. They wanted my credit card over the phone but I told them that I did not want to give it over the phone. They offered to send a secure link to my email. The website seemed secure so I proceeded. Then she had me e-sign some documents and the process was completed. I have a PDF file of the documents that were generated. I spoke to my family the next day and explained the whole situation and was told to verify that it was not fraudulent. I researched the company online and realized that there where definite red flags that I was scammed. There is no physical address their website. The phone number that I received a call from does not match the call back number. I called Fed Loan, explained the situation and the Fed Loan representative said that it was not a verified company by the Department of Education. She said this was a scam. I proceeded to change my account information and cancelled my credit card. Fortunately, no there were no fraudulent charges to my account.


I recently updated my repayment plan for student loans and received a phone call from a company claiming to be affiliated with the Department Of Education. This company offered to process my student loan forgiveness application for monthly fees of $210 and claimed that I would no longer be owing the majority of my student loans once this company processed my loan forgiveness application. This company hacked into my Federal Student Aid account and was able to steal my debit card information as well as coerced me into signing a contract with them which I would agree to pay them monthly installments to process my student debt forgiveness. Upon further investigation I discovered that multiple phone numbers were used as contact methods, no address was provided, no information was provided regarding who I spoke with on the phone, and their website clearly states that they are not affiliated with the Department Of Education. I am hoping to void any agreement I may have with this scammer especially since my real signature was not used.


The scammer was very professional on the phone regarding my student loans. He already knew everything about me, my information, my student loan amount, and even change my password on my FASA account, ( That is very scary! I believe it to be true because I never gave him any information beside my debit card. Lucky I was not rob of any of my money because I did more research and cancel my card. I call repeatedly pretending to sign up with their program figuring out that the scammers must use some type of program to look up your information by email, and phone number. The company called "Student Advisors" pretending to be a third company working with your student aid. They will get you to sign documents online pretending you have a monthly payment on your student loans and then get your debit card information.


Said if i pay 210 for 4 months they will pay 8grand of my student loan they sent me a contract


They call to set you up with the government student loan forgiveness..


They called my daughter and got her to share her bday and promising to cancell 22000.

For 4 months of payment.


I was trying to get student loan forgiveness and received a phone call from them thinking that it was a legitimate program, only to realize when I went to make my first payment it was just to them and not on my loan.

- Mcminnville, OR, USA

Student Advisors aka MTCSL Corp aka MJCCSL Corporation aka Mark D Benson are a scam.

- Arlington, TX, USA

This company will send a text message claiming that your student loan amount is zero and call a 1 800 number. I called 3 years ago and they set up a plan and I paid them $49 monthly to pay off my student loans only to find out that they made three payments and stopped. I had no idea until I received a garnishment letter from a credit collection agency. I immediately contact them and the phone number and the phone just rings and the voicemail asks for a pin and I then tried to contact through their website and the account has been suspended! I then contact my bank to stop payment and it hasn't been successful because they will change the amount or the spelling of their name so the payment will go through. I have to file a dispute to have the charges reversed and close my account! T

I was reaching out to find student forgiveness programs that would help me with student loans online. I had read some articles about the president along with the congress had put some federal student loan forgiveness programs into place to has students with their student's loans. I received a phone call from Riccardo Hairston an Enrollment Advisor who asked a lot of questions and told me that I qualify for the student forgiveness program. I was told that I would be sent some E-documents to sign and that I would later be contacted by Equitable Contract Processing to finished the process. This company is where they would take $49.00 each month along with the $150.00 which started on 8/21/2017 that I had to pay to get things started out of my checking account for the next 3 years and I will be done. After further research, because this account came up on my credit reports as a credit card account owing $2000.00 when I came upon an article about the legal complaints about both of these companies and their partners. None of these payments were applied to my student loan and now that I have not renewed my contract with them my loan shows up on my credit reports as late payments and interest has been attached.

It states, that these companies along with its partner companies saddled with as many as 60,000 consumers "with additional, unnecessary debt on deceptive terms and at usurious rates." It also mentions that hundreds of borrower have filed complaints.

I have reached out to this company by phone only to find out that the phone number is no longer in service

- Richmond, VA, USA

Wanted to save me some money on my bill with navient and said that was elegible for a decrease that would have me paying $49 a month for 3 years and that would be it. I would not have to pay after 3 years of doing that and I would not have to pay anything else.

- Madison, WI, USA

They've called and texted me asking for things like social security number. They say they're trying to help with student debt relief.

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