THE REAL TRUTH ABOUT GOVERNMENT GRANTS AND FREE MONEY
Free money -- who can resist? It sounds so enticing -- who doesn't want or need money that you can get for free. Even I, who should know better, am tempted by this phrase. You know what I mean -- it pops up everywhere in searches you do for grants, on hundreds of websites, and even on TV. Free grant money, never repay -- free money to pay your bills, buy a house, start a business, take a vacation, whatever. Millions of dollars that go unclaimed because no one knows about these "secret" free grants.
There are hundreds of "books" and programs for sale that claim that anyone can get this free money: just pay $29.99 or more plus shipping (discount, today only) and the secret to getting free money will be yours.
IS FREE GOVERNMENT MONEY REALLY AVAILABLE?
Yes, there is some free government grant money out there. But there are lots and lots of limitations and eligibility criteria. You may have to live in a particular state or county; you may have to earn less than a certain amount of money; you may only be able to use the money for a specific purpose. Many people who are looking for these grants won't qualify to receive them.
WHAT'S IN THE FREE MONEY BOOKS AND PROGRAMS?
Nothing that you can't find on your own through the web, at a nearby library, or by making some phone calls. The people who put these books and programs together just make copies of information that is publicly available from the government or other sources and put all this information together in one place.
I REALLY NEED A FREE GOVERNMENT GRANT AND I KNOW THEY'RE OUT THERE
Most of the information won't apply to you because of the limitations and eligibility criteria mentioned above. In addition, once you read the information in the book you bought, you're right where you started -- on your own. The books and programs don't tell you what to do with that information or how to use it. Don't be a sucker -- don't buy them. The only people who will get any free money from them are the people who sell them.
BUT MANY PEOPLE HAVE RECEIVED FREE MONEY THROUGH THE BOOKS AND PROGRAMS
"Donna Smith got $100,000 to start a new business." "James P. received a grant of $50,000 to travel the world." Who are Donna Smith and James P? Can you contact them to verify that they really got this money? Of course not. There is no last name, no address, no phone number, no e-mail. What kind of reference is that?
Go to the next page to learn how to search for the free money yourself