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7 Ways to Spot a Scholarship Scam
If you’re a student, or the parent of a student, that is about to head off to college, you’ve got to be very careful, because you are on a lot of shady people’s list.
You are going to get a lot of offers by phone and by mail for scholarship searches, or telling you you’ve won a contest or scholarship…..and most of them are TOTAL scams.
Seriously, it’s a huge problem that costs parents over 100 MILLION dollars each year. And that is just what gets reported. I’m sure the actual amount is much, much higher.
So, let me tell you what to watch out for…by the way, feel free to pass this along to any of your friends.
First, let me give you the goal of someone who would try to scam you. It’s one of two things:
1.To get you to pay for something that isn’t going to help you and in fact is a total waste of money
2.To get you to disclose your personal information to them, so they can steal or abuse your identity.
With that said, here’s what you’ve got to be careful of.
If you would like to learn “How to Get Thousands of Dollars of FREE Money For College…Regardless of Your Income Level or How Good of a Student You Have” your next step is to Attend one of Our Free Workshops.
Each of our workshops contains extremely valuable information designed to help you avoid costly mistakes when applying for college financial aid. Although some of the tips disclosed may not make us popular with the financial aid offices, high school guidance counselors and high rate, high fee government lenders, we are more concerned that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision about how to afford the college of your student's dreams!
*Space is very limited for these workshops*
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Remember, financial aid is awarded on a first come-first served basis. So, it is imperative that you start your planning immediately since waiting can severely limit your chances of receiving the maximum amount of financial aid!
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P.S. If you think you make too much money to get any aid (or that’s what you’ve been told), you absolutely MUST attend one of our workshops to learn the shocking truth about who really DOES get money for college. There really is hope!