Weeding out the valid scholarships from the scams can be a tiring process. Here are some things to look for that can tip off a scam:
• Companies that have shady contact information (no number or email address available or a post office box address).
• Companies that offer flashy brochures promising "free money" and "guaranteed winnings."
• Extreme time limits and pressure.
• Claims of "influence" with scholarships sponsors or to be in touch with "Millions of unclaimed aid."
• Scholarships that claim "everyone is eligible."
Remember, just because a company has one of these, does not mean it is a scam, but may mean that you need to research the company and scholarship more carefully.
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