SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – A viewer sent us the voicemail he received, there is only one problem. This viewer says he has no student loan debt.
I called you quickly because I was reviewing your student loan profile. And it looks like there have been some pretty significant changes in federal student loan programs recently. When you have a moment call me back. I would like to discuss your possible options with you.
If you have student loans, there is real help from forgiveness programs and the US clawback and reinvestment law. This is why it gets confusing. You must work directly with your loan manager.
âUnfortunately, people believe a group is going to call out of nowhere and say your student loans are canceled, but in order to successfully process your information you have to pay the taxes up front,â said Stephanie Garland of Better Business. Office.
Do not pay processing fees or service fees.
Beware of the phrases âpandemic grantâ or âBiden loan cancellationâ. The folks at the Better Business Bureau say that the crooks use these arguments.
Again, speak with your loan officer to find real options.
Be careful with random phone calls and emails about loan consolidation and forgiveness programs. If they’re using pressure tactics, like saying you have to respond today, it’s probably a scam.
If it sounds too good to be true, you know the rest.
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