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Diversified Collection Services,Inc-Victoria Campbell- ph:5419557738student loans not deferred as requested

Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation
Wells Fargo EFS
Account No: [protected]

I, Toy Laster, do attest that i work for a 501(c)(3) organization that is tax exempt and i have been employed with the charity since 2002. I am a certified teacher. I got the loans to become a licensed teacher but I was unable to secure a teaching position in middle grades (4-8) at schools in over 20 differnt cities and three differnt states, which include: georgia, alabama, south carolina: georgia--moultrie, waycross, albany, tifton, macon, jesup, ludowici, hinesville, etc., and south carolina--charleston, and alabama--montgomery, birmingham. it was a very discouraging experience.

the collection agency is threating to take away retirement although i am still in the work world. Diversified collection services is acting on the part of wells fargo. i have submitted documentation of my charity status with the us department of education.


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    bleedingthemapennyatatime May 19, 2012

    What they are doing is illegal and you need to contact an attorney and sue them. Call [protected] and tell them what is going on. Also start recording your phone calls, because they will lie and say they did nothing wrong. Also note days, times and person that has called.

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