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Author(s):College Foundation of North Carolina
Title:Don't get scammed on your way to college!
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Organization:College Foundation of North Carolina
Short Description:This guide offers an explanation of the tactics some financial aid companies use to scam students.
Annotation:This guide offers an explanation of the tactics some financial aid companies use to scam students. Students are directed to other sources of information to prevent or report financial aid difficulties.
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Associated Keywords:
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
Financial Aid
National College Access Organizations
Transition to College

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