While I am not a victim of what seems to be a fraudulent service, I don't want anybody else to be either. I'm a single mother of three, close to middle aged, and due to extenuating circumstances I am just now able to return to school for my degree. As I scoured the Internet looking for scholarship opportunities I came across a link that was entitled "$10,000 scholarship for Moms." The website is scholarships4moms.net. So I went to the site to find out more information. Usually, legitimate scholarship sponsors will have more details about the potential candidate whose education they're seeking to invest in. However, this particular site only had a form asking for your name and all your contact information and saying fill out this form and maybe you'll win, yet divulged nothing in terms of who's education they were willing to invest in, which I found quite suspicious. I then researched the phone number associated with the site and discovered it was a cellphone number, and the address it lead to was the Alto Express Restaurant, in Canada!!! Scholarships seekers, spare yourself the aggravation of becoming the victim of identity theft by thoroughly checking the sources of so-called "scholarship donors." Again, a legitimate scholarship sponsor will have detailed information on specific conditions that must be met before a candidate will be considered as a scholarship winner. A deadline for entry will be made available to applicants, and rules will apply. This thing looked like a raffle drawing! NOBODY wins scholarships that way, especially in a ridiculous amount like that!!!!
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