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Are there are government debt relief programs? My friend says there are companies that process your documents and get a grant to cover your student debts. And they want 10-15% for that.

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19 hours ago, allabogdanova851 said:

Are there are government debt relief programs? My friend says there are companies that process your documents and get a grant to cover your student debts. And they want 10-15% for that.

If it looks like a scam, smells like a scam, and feels like a scam, its a scam

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1) not government

2) clearly not US-based as evidenced by repeated use of " enquiry "

3) duck is now apparently spelled as scam

4) oh yeah, that whole area code 747 stuff...also a good sign of a scam.  When people allegedly in the States use non-American spellings of words in the financial arena, it is a good clue that you are about to be taken for a ride

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19 hours ago, allabogdanova851 said:

No, he's a good friend. A google ad popped up with this websiwhat do you think, guys? They say you don't have to pay anything upfront... So doesn't look like a scam.

I hate stealth advertisements.

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