Nationwide Student Relief Scam Reporter

Nationwide Student Relief – Consumer Complaint – October 7, 2014

Consumer Complaint Submission
Written by Consumer

Consumer Statement:

On August 13th,2014 I was contacted from NationWide Student Relief by person Angela Johnson ph-801-912 8461 stated that I would received documents in about 5 to 7days. I received papers and mail for my account and my daughter receved by email. I returned a papers back by mail and daughter by fax. I did not heard back for couple days then was told byAngela that Steve Randal would be our contact person. I kept calling Steve had to leave messages he told everything was with my papers needed more information for daughter she would fax it to him this went on for about 2 months on Sept. 29th call Steve left several messages and call back numbers later that evening Carrie called I told her I was very disappointed and felt I was scam will I was transfer on Sept,30th5:30- 5:40pm to 3 different

Consumer Action Taken:

After being transfer to 3 different persons about a refund and no would would give me a clear answer I try calling person name Will and did not get a answer left a detail message. Each person I have talk was quick to say that my bank did not know what they was talking about and the loaner just wanted me to pay back that full loans which the loaners said they never received any papers requesting forgiveness disclosure. Also thirds a third party fed loan servicing person Sean McCall the city Draper Utah (920) 541-6977

Date This Problem Happened: August 13, 2014

State You Live in: North Carolina

Race/Ethnicity: Black or African American

Age Range: 51-65

Total Amount of Fee Paid: $451

Company Name: Nationwide Student Relief

Company Address:

11075 South State st. #36
Sandy, Utah 84070

Company Telephone Number: 801-912-8461

Website of Company: nationwidestudentrelief.com


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3 Comments

  • Sorry, no such thing as a student forgiveness program unless you are a public service worker. Sounds like you were getting bounced around to different salespeople in a very disorganized company.. pretty typical for debt relief.

    • Hi there Blen, I recently got a call from these people and I rushed through very quickly because they made it sound so great.. I electronically signed an agreement 3 days ago.. is there a way I can cancel before my first payment date which is 11/21

      • Hi. Yes – put a stop payment on it and if necessary have your bank reissue you a new card due to worries about potential unauthorized charges. If a charge does go through, file complaints. The contract itself probably doesn’t hold any water legally since they deceived you during the sale (and probably in the contract also). Good luck!

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