- Report: #812063
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Complaint Review: Educational Credit Management Corporation
Educational Credit Management CorporationPO Box 64909 St. Paul, MN 55164-0909 Internet United States of America
Educational Credit Management Corporation ECMC sent threatening letter stating I defaulted on student loan even though I paid it off completely 20 years ago Internet
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I was nonplussed by the letter. I paid off my two, small student loans in 1993. The two financial entities that I paid are long since defunct, and I don't have any papers to prove that I did, but I have some credit reports that indicate the loans were repaid. I just ignored tthe letter, thinking it was a scam. However, I continued to get letters from ECMC every month or two, with the amount owed creeping up each time.
Today I received a letter stating that I owe $614.53.
I have had it with these con artists. To what agency would I report their activity? The first letter the company sent stated that it was acting on behalf of the federal government to crack down on delinquent debtors, so would I need to contact a federal agency about them, and is this fraud?
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