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Sallie Mae multiple calls
Feb 7, 2020
Monetary Loss: $0
We receive at least 3 calls per day from Sallie Mae, "with a great deal for you." We always just hang up, but 3 x per day is TOOO much. Called and e-mailed them with no results.
Received a phone call asking for a call back to prevent losing my computer service contract. If I wanted to cancel and reclaim what I had invested I should call a number. I didn't call but recorded the number the call came from.
I was called by this david black and he told me i was on a recorded conversation for an ongoing federal investigation. He asked me to spell my name and asked if i had ever been to texas. I told him no and he said an abandoned car had been found with some personal documents of mine. I finally told him i didn't want to answer anymore questions and i hung up and called social security and they gave me this number. The scammer also gave me his investigation number ****. I know better and still fell for it while at work.