Archive for August, 2014

Recently, the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) published an article warning students about financial aid fraud and providing “tips to avoid financial aid and loan scams.”

We agree, and hope that students will turn to sites, such as this one, that are run by state agencies, non-profits, the US government, or other organizations that have a vested interest in providing unbiased financial aid information. Such entities do not have ulterior motives and are more likely to provide complete, factual information about available student loans or scholarships.

For information on how to avoid scholarship scams, visit the Federal Trade Commission.


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