I fell for this about a month ago. I am looking at going back to school and figured this would at least show me how to find and apply for govmt grants.
After I submitted my order (just paid the $1.98 for s&h) it sent me to a page where I received a user name and password. There was no info on what they were for, so I started reading the terms&agreements where I found out that I had subscribed to a website (I still have no idea what for) at a "low monthly fee of $39.95". I cancelled immediately (which was exceptionally easy, though, because of the 7 day free trial, so that was good) and thought that was the end of it. But early this month, I found an unknown charge for $29.95. I called the company and found out it was another monthly subscription service that I had "signed up for". Again, because I was still in the 30 day trial period, I cancelled and was refunded my money within 2 business days (they said it would take 3-10).
When I finally received the cd in the mail (about 3 weeks after the initial order), I just broke it in half and threw it away. So I don't know if there was actually anything useful on it. But I doubt it.
Sorry this was so long, but I just want to make sure that others don't make my same mistake.
These grant websites are a scam. They do list legitimate grants, but for 99% of them you have to be a government or school system or some other large entity to even apply. They are for public projects, not regular people.
Trust me, Uncle Sam is NOT lining up to hand out large checks to single moms! They have to save it for corporate welfare!
: sadly, they are preying on people and the information is something you can get yourself. there is a governmental grants page actually by the government and you'll find that it is mostly for businesses and soforth. i hate companies that try to charge for what is already free information. it just irks me.
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