Postgradservice.com are scam service, avoid them
I received a call from Benjamin at Postgradservices.com who said he could get me approved for a student loan forgiveness program. I gave him publicly available general information during our talk. He claimed to have found that my present employer falls under the non-profit category, and he suggested that I shorten the program’s maximum loan period from 240 to 120 months. I consented out of curiosity and was told that employment verification required the completion of an HR form.
Things changed When he disclosed that underwriters had approved two different payment options for the registration fee—two $250 payments or one $400 payment—things took a suspicious turn. I told him I was worried about my finances, and he quickly suggested a three-payment plan at $167 apiece. When I brought up my research showing that reputable student loan forgiveness program usually do not charge enrollment fees. Benjamin of Postgradservices.com justified that if someone tries to enroll of their own then there is fee to assure the guarantee in the program. Benjamin added, “How would we still be in business if we weren’t a legitimate company?” This response raised warning flags for me since it begs the question of why other con artists, drug traffickers, and other criminal businesses continue to operate without being apprehended or held accountable.
To see how much he knew about the legislation, I brought up the FTC’s Game of Loans guideline which says that there is no fee to enroll but he denied knowing about this policy. I asked for some time to think over the offer because I felt uncomfortable and cut the call.
Postgradservices.com is just a scam. Avoid them, Do not get carried away by their fake reviews online.
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