Federal Student Aid Relief – Consumer Complaint – March 18, 2013

Consumer Statement:

I was a victim of scam. I was told by Rick that he is a debt consolidate counselor and here to help me consolidate my student loan. He has a power to stop wage garnisent, stop tax refund offset, and since my salary is under $23000 annually family of four, I do not have to make payment.

Rick with extension 102 also provider IRS hotline to check the tax refund status whether offset or not, 800-304-3107. Total fees would be $600 and I must pay biweekly of $75 after my first payment of $99. Rick set-up automate payment and store my debit card number.

In addition, I was told that I will receive a confirmation documents from Jim after my first

Consumer Action Taken:

I would like any law enforcement out there bring this company to justice, and to avoid Rick to fool other victims like me.

Date This Problem Happened: January 24, 2013

State You Live in: New York

Race/Ethnicity: Asian

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $600

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Company Name: Federal Student Aid Relief

Company Address:

East 59th street
New York, Ny 10022

Company Telephone Number: 888-205-3616

Website of Company: federalstudentaidrelief.com

If you feel you’ve been financially hurt by a debt relief company and deserve a refund, read these step-by-step instructions on how to proceed to attempt to get your money back.

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