Online Workshop, 7 p.m. (PST) Feb. 23, 2016 – Discover How to Pay For College Without Drowning in Debt

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Online Workshop July 2, 2015 – Earn Up To $15,000 in Scholarships

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Top Ten Scholarship Scams And Warning Signs

Knowing these warning signs can keep you from being a scholarship scam victim.

1. Fees: You shouldn’t have to pay to search for or apply for scholarships. Check out the free scholarship search at FastWeb.com.
2. Credit card or bank account information needed: You should never have to give credit card or bank account information to award providers.
3. Scholarship guarantee: No one can guarantee that you’ll win a scholarship because no one can control scholarship judges’ decisions. Also, be wary of “high success rates”—they usually do not refer to actual award winners.
4. No work involved: You can’t avoid putting in time to fill out a scholarship application.
5. No contact information: Legitimate sponsors should provide contact information upon request. If the sponsor does not supply a valid e-mail address, phone number and mailing address (not a PO box) after you’ve asked for one, that could the sign of a scam.
6. Unsolicited scholarships: If you are called to receive an award for which you never applied, be alert—it’s most likely a scam.
7. Pressure tactics: Don’t allow yourself to be pressured into applying for a scholarship, especially if the sponsor is asking for money up front.
8. Claims of “exclusive” scholarships: Sponsors don’t make their scholarships available through only one service.
9. Sponsor goes out of their way to sound “official”: Scammers sometimes use official-sounding words like “national,” “education” or “federal” or they display an official-looking seal to fool you into thinking they are legit. Check with your school if you question a scholarship provider’s legitimacy.
10. Your questions aren’t answered directly: If you can’t get a straight answer from a sponsor regarding their application, what will be done with your information or other questions, proceed with caution.

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