Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Student Loan Fraud – A National Problem Gone Global

Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 enables qualified students to receive grants and loans so they can achieve their educational dreams. While government financial aid can help college students to have a better future, it also is an opportunity for...

A Lesson in Trades

Okay, students... take out your paper and pens – it's time to take notes. Now, when you plan on committing student loan fraud, there are a few things you should know. But, the golden rule is this? don't get caught. According to a Tuscaloosa...

A is for Accountable, F is for Fraud

'Straw students'' are people who sign up for college classes, but do not have the intention of ever attending. The deceptive practice is used to collect financial aid funds, while skipping out on the learning part. (Even a dunce would know that's not a...

Listen Up Students

The days of punishing students with detention may quickly be changing to prison time. You mean to say that students will serve jail time for skipping classes? No, not quite; however, college students seeking to defraud the government through student aid programs could face...

A Failing Grade

Think back to your college days. Remember your fall semester? Groups of students were probably walking through the campus on their way to class, backpacks on and minds open. The lively setting was full of books, new sneakers, to-go coffees and fraud. Wait...fraud? According...

50-50 Split

Splitting things ''50-50'' refers to fairness. Each person gets or takes responsibility for an equal share. For example, spouses can divide household chores – one partner does the dishes and the other one takes out the trash on a regular basis....

Customer Satisfaction

Listen to this Story If a business wants to stay in operation, a customer satisfaction policy is a ''must.'' (If a customer is not satisfied with the service received, they will most likely go elsewhere to get what they...

The Public Records Solution

Earning a college degree says a couple of things about someone. It shows that the individual can finish what he or she starts; that he or she has met certain, often rigorous, educational requirements; and that he or she values an education. It is...

Identity Crisis

An ''identity crisis'' can occur at any time in life, especially when going through change. The developmental psychology term refers to a point in life where an individual begins to seriously search deep within themselves for answers to questions, such as? ''Why am I...

A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

It's amazing what criminals can do with just a few bits of incomplete personal data. According to an article published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle, a little bit of information went a long way towards one fraudster gaining $52,000 in student loan funds he...
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