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(863) 722-1528 was a Student Loan Scam

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Yes. Hi, this is Amanda with the student loan release program and you can reach me at 844-877-0123. I'm actually reaching out to you regarding your student loan balance really really good news for you. I looks like you have been selected and pre, qualified for the student loan forgiveness program. However, it is important that we speak to you so we can fit you into this program at this offered for a very limited time. So again here is my number 844-877-0123 and I look forward to speaking with you thank you.


Amanda calling with. Hi, this is Amanda calling with the us Department of health insurance plan for citizens. You can reach me at 330-222-8188 and I'm actually just reaching out to you regarding the new plans available due to President Biden is new comprehensive health care plan collectively referred to as Biden care, your plan will provide 100% coverage zero deductible and income protection in case you become second are unable to work. However, it is imperative that we speak to you just as soon as possible before these programs change as open enrollment has been extended only for unlimited time by the new administration again. My number is 330-222-8188. So I hope to hear back from you soon and have a great day.


This is Michelle with the financial. Hello. This is Michelle with the financial relief Center and I'm just reaching out to inform you of the recent lawsuit settlement in the news which now requires the IRS to settle all old tax debt that any us resident currently has what this means to you is your tax debt can now be forced into a settlement on your behalf, which will reduce or eliminate altogether your tax debt so give us a call back and an agent can get you enrolled into this special release program my call back number is 866-877-0563. I truly want to help you talk to you soon.


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