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Premier Student Loan Center – Consumer Complaint – July 17, 2018

By on July 17, 2018
Consumer Complaint Submission

Consumer Statement:

Betrayed and violation of trust! My daughter graduated from college in May 2018 and Liz claiming to be from Premier student loan center called offering student loan forgiveness assistance. The phone # she called from was 949-202-4805 and her voice mail gave a different name, Shelby. Liz requested my daughter and I pay 199.00 for the next 6 mons each and then after six months I would pay 152.00 a mon and my daughter would pay 40.00 a mon saving us 56,000 in student loans and interest. We believe this offer was legit and she used scare tactics urging us to accept the offer now because Trump is trying to shut down this program and I will have to pay 500.00 a month and my daughter would pay 330.00 a month plus 90,000 in interest. My daughter provided her bank card info to hold the offer and I gave her our FSFSA confirmation #, so now they have access to all our info SSI#, DOB, tax information and etc. She took the 199.00 when they promised to wait on us to give authorization. They preyed our vunerability.

Consumer Action Taken:

I called them but received a voice mail with a different name?

Date This Problem Happened: July 6, 2018

State You Live in: California

Race/Ethnicity: Black or African American

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $199.17

Company Name: Premier Student Loan Center

Company Address:

Company Telephone Number: 949-202-4805

Website of Company: premierstudentloancenter.com


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3 Comments

  1. Digna L. Ocasio

    August 28, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    Cómo es posible que estas compañías se presentan como del Departamento de Educación? Cómo es que obtienen la información del estudiante y del préstamo???
    Hay que denunciar por todos los medios posibles del delito que están cometiendo.
    Es un engaño y fraude.
    Hay que denunciarlos..

    • Steve Rhode

      August 29, 2018 at 10:07 am

      According to Google, this translates as “How is it possible that these companies are presented as from the Department of Education? How is it that they get the information from the student and the loan ???
      We must denounce by all possible means of the crime they are committing.
      It is a deception and fraud.
      You have to report them ..”

  2. Consumer

    July 17, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Complaint submitted.

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