They're back for more...They're the ones that answer "Hi Can I get your File Number or FSA ID?" (i.e. the same clowns from the below delightful conference call flood I served them last month)
Call them all day and drive them crazy.
What is the best strategy to waste their time?
@urlaub14#86605 can you bait them and get connected to the next scammer and try to find out info about them? Like direct phone number, company name, website. DO NOT FLOOD them pls
goes for the other people here aswell. Pls gather information, maybe also agent names etc
got connected to: Ashley from Student Forums
@Eviltaco799#86634 haha well pls bait them and try to get evidence that what company they connect you to and their call back number. And pls record as evidence. Then we might be able to prove that its our friends from DDR
@NeeP#86622 I haven’t flooded since last month that one time but they do seem to block all inbound calls on their DIDs and then get new ones more often.
The only info I’ve been able to get out of them so far is that Summer told me they’re in New York (But their call center operates on PST), they’re “old school and have no website”, only take paper resumes, and only identify themselves as the “National Student Help Center”. So who knows what is actually true.
If you ask them for a website, address, or any identifiable information they usually hang up and block promptly. But maybe others will have more luck 👍🏻
@Eviltaco799#86634 thats exactly what im saying… we dont have evidence…
@NeeP#86653 I don’t think they’re the same as DDR but I could be wrong. (Different hold music, different agents, different script, etc). Also DDR seems to mostly just make cold calls and try to dupe struggling borrowers into paying them to file FSA paperwork for them that they could otherwise do themselves for free in less than 10 minutes.
Whereas these guys seem to have no website, no address, no company name, (or at least nothing they want us to know) It just seems to be a phishing scam trying to get borrowers’ FSA IDs because they’re tied to the persons’ SSN so it’s fine material to sell for fraud. Then maybe charge for a few fake services while they’re at it.
All student loan scams are the same. They use robocalls offering forgiveness. They want your financial and social security information. What they do with it is unknown. If they actually can offer student loan services, it is likely they are a broker or lead generator. If they offer any financial services, they are likely predatory.
They use generic names. They probably have a website if you bother them enough. You can also get them to send you an email.
I think some are in California. Don't think I have found any in New York.
14088277299 is active. Apparently they’ve found the way to San Jose.
Add this one:
Hey, this is John again! StddnnttLoans been4given. Call us Today at 1-888-612-3996 TextSTOPoptout
they said their website is: https://sequoiaaccountmanagement.com/Contact of course there's no address listed
the same guys “I’m just a receptionist” are online here: 17542318693
I HAVE THEIR DIRECT NUMBER PAST THEIR RECEPTIONIST: agent Brendan
9492396270 ext 1015
Which is this company: https://www.studentsloanservices.org/
it’s weird. After I spoke to some “special” girl which was from the receptionists but which transfered herself 2x into a call of mine with another receptionists, the number stopped working. I guess that girl is maybe of the admin team or so… She had a pretty high voice, I don’t think she’s older than 30. Sadly didn’t record the call with her voice…