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Sub: Government Grants or Loans!
Wed, 21/04/2010 02:44

I have heard that you can get free money from the government, does anyone know how to go about doing this?

Also I tried a search and all I can come up with are people asking for money to help you locate government grants and loans.



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Sub: #1 Real government grants for businesses don't come with a price taWed, 04/21/2010 - 02:44



Real government grants for businesses don't come with a price tag. They're free, directly from the government. People should stop resorting to the so called middle men who can get these grants easier than most. Often than not, it's a scam.

Opt to DIY when you apply for a grant: inquire, study, apply. Do it on your own. That way, you'll be able to understand the whole procedure and know what you're entitled to and not.


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Sub: #2 If you have to pay for it, I would be leary...true goverment loaTue, 06/30/2009 - 08:54



If you have to pay for it, I would be leary...true goverment loans are free and free to apply for. The government website is grant (dot) gov...all government websites have the gov instead of the (dot) com extension.

I don't know if there is $ to adopt your grandkids, there might be, I just don't know...I would talk with a social worker first to see what the process is to adopt (if you haven't already).


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Sub: #3 I am looking to get money so that I can adopt my grandchildren, Tue, 06/30/2009 - 08:36



I am looking to get money so that I can adopt my grandchildren, is there gov. loans that will help with that? My credit is low, I like others have seen the ads on TV for free gov. loans. Most are wanting money to rec' information on the gov. loans.


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Sub: #4 grant app.Mon, 03/30/2009 - 14:07



does this site provide true and lawful applications for a business grant?


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Sub: #5 I would report it to the FTC.Tue, 09/30/2008 - 07:39



I would report it to the FTC.


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Sub: #6 Government Grant scamsTue, 09/30/2008 - 05:21



Everyone of these grant advertisers are scams. DO NOT EVER USE THEM. Grants-reviewed.org is a paid scam to advertise that these are true grant programs. If you look at these websites that advertise these are true grants everyone of them says different ones are true. I would venture to say that they are even run by the same loser that is ripping people off. Especially DO NOT USE The Grant University as the trial period includes the shipping time so by the time you receive the disk they charge you an additional $69.95 before you can even review the disk. And by the way they charge $69.95 per month not just once. Please pass this to everyone you know so that WE THE AMERICAN people can put these scam artists out of business. By the way the operator that answered the phone was indian so obviously they are not even in the USA, just their distribution site. The government will give you all the information for free that these people give you. Have a great day.


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Sub: #7 Government GrantsThu, 09/20/2007 - 13:11



Who can I write to in Washington, DC to get a government grant application mailed to me and I need the address where I can write to get the application sent to me.


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Sub: #8 Oh yeah, and in terms of what Roxette said for companies that yoThu, 07/26/2007 - 14:18



Oh yeah, and in terms of what Roxette said for companies that you send in a letter. I've gotten a few of those. I've seen a few that require money, a fee, a membership... something to charge you for. I would be wary of anything that asks for money up front.

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Sub: #9 I've checked high and low on government grants. All I've gottenThu, 07/26/2007 - 14:16



I've checked high and low on government grants. All I've gotten were CD's or books with the same information I could find on the internet. And then they charge you $50 a month after your two week 'free trial' of access to their grant lists. And these lists don't apply to regular people and their regular money issues. If you are starting a non-profit business to help other businesses (like give them loans) then you can get a grant, but not if you are a small business looking for money. So I wouldn't waste time (as well as money) looking further into it.

Your best bet is to talk to Debt Counsellors, work out a budget, take on a second job, and other forms of hard work to get yourself back up where you need to be. My Student loans are currently in forbearance, and I plan to get a second job in October once my busy season calms down. That's just the only way I see to do it.

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Sub: #10 is there any grants to pay off student loans or credit cards? noFri, 07/20/2007 - 00:24



is there any grants to pay off student loans or credit cards? not a loan! cant pay the money back.


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