It's due tonight. Buy my dad said he doesn't know exactly what he made in 2015 without going back to his work place for it. He also said he doesn't know exactly how much money he currently has. I put in the estimated totals that he gave me. It says that if I purposely put in false information that I could get in some trouble. I don't want any of that. Should I just not do it then? It would probably mean that for that particular college that I won't be able to attend even if I get in, because if I can't get financial aid it's too expensive. for me.
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Since you did not initially pick up on the fact that you posted your question on a website for repair advice and not higher education financial aid advice, I suggest you seek out an adviser (a person) who can take you through the process of applying for a bursary to help cover your college expenses (one-on-one assistance.)
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How long since you filed? If it's been more then 45 days, I'd write or email them and tell them it's been way to long. What's my statue. If you don't get any satisfaction, the best thing to do is to cancel this application and start over. I know that's a pain but that is what I'd do. Good Luck
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All depends: could be just arrears that u may pay back after 1-2-3 month and you will be always beyond(unless you can manage to pay this in one go.. then if you still don't pay the creditor start to contact you to see if you can afford to repay this arrears if you still ignore or don't pay the creditors pass your account ( mean your loan, mortgage,credit card) to legal actioner to try to settle your debts so if you still avoid this step your account go in default and at this stage your credit score go down a lot and to improve your credit score will be so hard and will be long term ( I believe that a default will disappear from your credit score after 5-6 year so at this point as a says if you need help financially most lender will decline your application.