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Student Loan Resolve – Consumer Complaint – August 5, 2014

Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

was contacted by a company called Student Loan Resolve & paid approximately $500.00 initial fee & now have about $45.00 per month automatically withdrawn from my checking account. A phone number I have is 888-846-4162 for Jason.

Please tell me what to do as I am now being contacted by Sallie Mae to begin repayment of my loans that this other company was supposed to have brokered a deal for me

Consumer Action Taken:

I am just aware I have most likely been scammed. I got Jason’s voice mail when I called this am & left a message for him to call me. I am very worried as they have all my personal information, including my social security number.

Date This Problem Happened: March 31, 2014

State You Live in: Florida

Race/Ethnicity: White

Age Range: 21-35

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $500

Company Name: Student Loan Resolve

Company Address:

860 Ave F Suite 104
Plano, TX 75074

Company Telephone Number: 888-846-1763

Website of Company:

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1 Comment

  • They probably did not tell you that you could do this on your own for free, is definitely fraud by omission.

    Most likely, they are focused on enrolling people for sales only and have a terrible process of submitting the applications, like most other student debt relief companies.

    So they deceived you and then didn’t even do the basic work. I would file a complaint with the attorney general in your state, and also the CFPB. CFPB complaints tend to get their attention.

    They had one simple job and screwed it up. Pathetic..

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