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Student Loans => Student Loan Scams => Topic started by: carolinek83 on April 04, 2019, 03:45:23 pm

Title: Documents Done Right.. are they a scam?
Post by: carolinek83 on April 04, 2019, 03:45:23 pm
A company called Documents Done Right called me saying they could give me federal student loan forgiveness. I think they are definitely a scam since they tried to say I could make 6 payments in order to get the loan forgiveness, but I don't see any complaints against this company online anywhere. Has anyone else been contacted by this company?
Title: Re: Documents Done Right.. are they a scam?
Post by: NeeP on April 20, 2019, 10:57:08 am
EDIT:
We have discussed many hours with Documents Done Right and came to the conclusion that a miscommunication between us (Scammer.info admins) and Documents Done Right has led to the assumption of us that they are scammers and were cold calling people.
However that was not true! It came to light that they are not scammers, they are indeed providing paperwork help and help people to submit the documents every year to re-qualify for the different programms. Furthermore they do not ask for FSA ID and also they have a company address and everything is openly visible on their website.
They were super open and cooperative so as far as we are concerned trust them in the way they are doing business.

Sorry for the confusion.

NeeP
Moderator on Scammer.info
(edited on May 02, 2019)

Title: Re: Documents Done Right.. are they a scam?
Post by: Caped Crusader on October 11, 2019, 03:54:12 pm
BEWARE!  Documents Done Right is a scam.  They have been robocalling me with a recorded message (illegal under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 USC 227).  If you call them, they put on a high pressure sales pitch to sign up with their service.  If you ask them to put you on a "do not call" list, they abruptly hang up AND the robocalls continue!  These people need to be investigated (and shut down) by the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission.