Do you have to pay to apply for FAFSA? I just went on line and saw there's a $99.00 fee. What gives?



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DO NOT PAY A FEE TO FILL OUT A FAFSA! There are several companies out there that charge a fee to fill the form out for you, but they're just ripping you off. You can fill out a FAFSA online for free at www.fafsa.ed.gov. This is a government run site and is completely secure. When you fill out a FAFSA with a company that charges a fee, they forward your application to this site.

FAFSA stands for FREE Application for Federal Student Aid. Anyone that pays to fill out a FREE application is crazy! :)
I would call the customer service number. When I was in college, there was no charge. If there is no customer service number, send them an email. There should be no charge for the financial services. Hope this helps.
You can try some others.There are many scholarships given out by government and other organisations every year. You can try for some online government scholarships or grants. Fill up online forms and see if you are selected for the scholarship.
To know more you can visit
http://www.scholarshipgrants.blogspot.co...
There is never a fee to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). You just need go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete it and have it sent to your school.

**edited just to spell out the acronym
i do not know where usaw that, but the FAFSA is FREE
You absolutely do NOT have to pay for the FAFSA. If you're interested in getting a student loan, here are the steps you need to take:

1) Fill out the FAFSA. This will determine if you are eligible for financial aid. Go here:
http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

2) Once you are eligible for aid, choose a government-based student loan. The best loan to get is a Federal Perkins Loan. These have low interest rates and the government will help you pay it back as long as you stay enrolled in school. You also don't need a cosigner or good credit for it. For more info go here:
http://www.studentfinancedomain.com/stud...

3) The next best loan to get is a Subsidized Stafford Loan. This has many of the same benefits as a Perkins Loan. Learn more here:
http://www.studentfinancedomain.com/stud...

4) You can also try to get a grant or scholarship, which is free money that you won't have to pay back. Look here:
http://www.fedmoney.org/
http://apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss...
http://www.freegovmoney.net/
http://www.educationplanner.com/educatio...
http://www.studentawards.com/
http://www.college-scholarships.com/...

Good luck!

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