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AP Student Loan Relief – Consumer Complaint – January 20, 2013

Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

I heard a radio advertisement for a company that could consolidate all my loans. When I called, what struck me so strange is all the personal information questions they were asking me.. Also, that I had to sign a document titled “Limited power of attorney”!! I hate to admit this, but the lady was being overly nice and this caused me to become suspicious. The name of the company is AP Student Loan Relief. While I was on the phone with the lady (Liz) I asked her for the website, and when I went there, it was not sophisticated (a bad flag). I went to Sunbiz.org to look up the company name and it had been incorporated as an LLC in June, 2013 (another flag). Then I looked up online reviews on the company and found this website with very similar experiences such as mine. Admittedly, they were not charging me a terrible amount for consolidating my loans, but I guess this is something I can do on my own without incurring more debt than I already have!! I feel really stupid because I should know better than to give out so much personal information over the phone to perfect strangers!!! Live and learn I guess.. Hope this helps others not get scammed..

Consumer Action Taken:

I did not sign the contract they emailed me, I cancelled the credit card I gave them, added a required pin to my credit card account, and added an extended Fraud alert to my credit reports.

Date This Problem Happened: January 20, 2013

State You Live in: Florida

Race/Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino

Age Range: 36-50

Total Amount of Fee Paid:

Company Name: AP Student Loan Relief

Company Address:

675 West Indiantown Road
Suite 205
Jupiter, FL 33458

Company Telephone Number: 800-622-3222

Website of Company: apstudentloanrelief.com


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