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In the last 36 hours, I have been called 4 times by some company that wants to set up a repayment schedule for a defaulted student loan.

I do not have a defaulted student loan. My student loans are paid.

They ask me if the last four numbers of my social are XXXX to which I reply no. They then say the will "make a note of it" and take me off their list.

I was polite the first time someone called. The next person called about an hour later and my patience slipped. I thought it was resolved, though. The next day, a third person called and my patience was in short supply. He again reassured me that he would "make a note of it."

I got another call but ignored it and they left a message. It was the FIRST person who called. Again.

I figure I'll just continue to ignore them. But, is that the right thing to do? My name is pretty common and obviously, the SSN is incorrect. Thoughts?

Dilmatz (a very common name)
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