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(844) 220-3906 is a Student Loans Call

Alternately: +18442203906

Reported Name:

Student Loans

Reported Category:

Student Loans

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Last Call

15 hours ago

Total Calls


Based On

4 user reports



hi it's April Miller on Friday January 14th I'm calling to remind you that the final extension to the government offered forbearance expires at the end of this month and we still haven't received the information needed to complete your program enrollment if you're not enrolled in the program by then you'll have to start paying off your student loan debt starting next month if you still can't afford those payments and need more time call us back at this number before 5 p.m. today

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What is this scam? How do I determine if this is a scam?

Student loan robocalls are a twist on loan scams with a specific focus on student debt. This is a lucrative market for scammers, as student loans may be very large. Sometimes these scammers are just after your personal information. However, scammers may also offer payment reduction or debt forgiveness plans -- for a small fee, of course. Younger people are often victimized by these scammers. Young adults, with crushing student debt, often cannot resist the temptation of reduced payments or debt forgiveness. Be suspicious of any student loan offer received over the phone. Never make a payment to a student loan or debt relief organization that called you unsolicited.

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2 user reports for (844) 220-3906

The comments below are user submitted reports by third parties and are not endorsed by RoboKiller.

January 15, 2022


Purple M**h

January 14, 2022


Fraudulent student loan servicer

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