Report: #1233693

Complaint Review: Strayer University - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Shantel — Fresno California USA
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Strayer University, Strayer University online I have not been a student since 2011. In 2015 I received email notifications of loan disclosure statements saying loans were issued to Strayer University in my name and I never applied for any loans to Strayer. Nationwide

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 I attended Strayer University in 2011. In 2015 I received email notifications of loan disclosure statements saying loans were sent to Strayer University in my name. I am a former student and I never reapplied to go back there so I don't know who applied for these loans in my name. I asked the school several times to send these loans back and they are putting me through a lot before they will send the loans back. I believe anybody who ever attended Strayer should be worried that the school is still accepting funds in former students names.

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