Please publish the following letter in your paper. I can be reached at 212-683-9000, or 917-251-0024. Home address 36-44 Crescent St. Long Island City, NY 11106. I’m writing to at least one paper from each state. Thanks for your help.

Sallie Mae the biggest loan lender, and one of the biggest companies in the U.S. uses call centers in India to try to answer customer service requests of borrowers here in the United States. This is a company that has billions in assets, yet gets borrows to eke out the slowest repayment plans possible in order to garner more and more profit. As students, it’s unnacceptable. We need to demand that Sallie Mae bring those jobs back to the United States. This will be hard to do, since currently the U. S. government gives tax credits to companies that do business overseas, beyond what they make by not paying taxes. Employeeing workers outside the United states also permits companies like Sallie Mae to shirk from paying the barely sustainable U.S. minimum wage, not having to pay into employee benefits programs, nor paying Federal Corporate taxes on those employees.

Beyond that, the average call center employee knows nothing about the struggles with repayment we face here in the U.S, as our nation faces the worst economic times in the last 5 decades. For more information on this company that you may enter a 10 plus relationship with read the 2004 Annual report. where the greediest get their info. If you want to help with my personal mission to bring the jobs back to the U.S. please write Sallie Mae at this address.

Sallie Mae ServicingP.O. Box 9500Wilkes Barre, PA. 18773-9500.

Thanks everyone!

Cristina Carnicelli.

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