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Here’s the type of harassment others have experienced
“I received a call from Navient trying to collect for a debt I owe to American Medical Response (AMR). This was the first time I encountered Navient and AMR. I never received any bills from them in the past. On November 2008, I was transported by an ambulance to the hospital. I don’t remember the ambulance being AMR. I have to verify this with the person who assisted me that day.
I called my insurance company and they said they were never billed by AMR. Navient informed me that if I care for my credit rating, I have to pay this debt. I told them that I am not going to pay until my insurance company and AMR have resolved this billing issue. Navient said they will call after 10 minutes. They indeed called back right after and informed me that they have already informed the credit agency of my refusal to pay. They did this despite of the fact that my insurance company and AMR are in the process of settling the issue. I am so frustrated with Navient. I am now in the process of filing a complaint against them to the FTC, BBB, and AMR.”
“I received a letter from Navient saying that I owed Sprint an amount of $650 and that I should contact them right away. I was so upset so I called them immediately. I spoke with an agent and told me that I owed Sprint $650. I told him that I only owed Sprint $46 for that month’s bill. I said I would call him back after I had called Sprint.
I called Sprint and they confirmed that I was in good standing and my due was just $46. I called Navient back and informed them about this. The agent said Sprint has to contact them to get this fixed. I asked him how they got my name but he was vague about giving details. I asked him if they would seek judgment against me if I just ignore this. He replied they could. I am going to the Fraud Section tomorrow to report this. If Navient should come after me, I will file a lawsuit against them.”