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NSLAC National Student Loan Assistance Center – Consumer Review – July 8, 2014

Company Name: NSLAC National Student Loan Assistance Center

Describe the Service You Received:

I was offered a loan debt relief where my student loans would be forgiven after 10 years and that I would be able to consolidate both student loans and pay a lot less monthly for the meantime.

List the Pros About Your Experience:

I call to see if they received all the documents requested by fax, which included, a 2013 1040, references, a forbearance request, and both numbers I was given were disconnected. I even looked up the numbers on the site and saw that the numbers were correct. I was scammed and provided them my checking account number.

List the Cons About Your Experience:

How Would You Rate This Company with 10 Being Best: 1

Date You First Used This Company: July 7, 2014

State You Live in: Arizona

Race/Ethnicity: Other

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid:

Company Address:

90 E. Fort Union Blvd.
Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84047

Company Telephone Number: 801-844-1062

Website of Company:

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