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My name is ***** ***** I am another expert. Are you talking about AlliedDocPrep.com supposedly in Los Angeles, CA? Did they call your daughter out of the blue and press her to sign up with them now using the excuse that it would have to be done under the Obama presidency? There's a lot of this particular scam going around right now -- scammers trying to capitalize on the fact that the laws may change as to loan forgiveness once the new president takes office.
This looks like the typical student loan debt relief scam to me.
The WHOIS information behind the Allied Doc Prep's website tells me that this website was just created on September 2, 2016. So this business is only a bit more than 1 month old. Its website calls itself the leading business in this area, which is clearly a lie. The site has registered for one year only, the least amount of time you can register a domain for. This site will disappear into cyberspace in 11 more months. Alllied Doc Prep registered its domain name by using a private proxy service to hide the identity of its site owner and its actual location. That's another red flag. www.domaintools.com says that the information they got from Allied was not valid.
Allied's website has no contact information other than a toll free number and a post office box in Los Angeles. These too are red flags, as is the fact that they want up front money.
The California Secretary of STate's website lists no such company as Allied Doc Prep doing business in that state.
Where would you really find these folks if they run off with your daughter's money? Your guess is as good as mine, because they could be anybody, anywhere in the world. Giving these people your daughter's sensitive personal financial information would be a recipe for disaster.
You can read more about student loan relief scams here. If she's eligible for such relief, your daughter would be able to get it for herself by following the directions on the link. There's no reason to have to pay for it.
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