Some groups may take on the persona of an advisor, promising to help students locate and receive beneficial financial coverage packages in exchange for payment. While this may seem appealing, especially for students who are unfamiliar with locating these opportunities, it is often the case that students are paying for services that either do not deliver on their promises or can be received through a more scrupulous, honest provider.
Anything that seems too good to be true.
Promises of guaranteed aid.
Claims that the student is eligible for a time-sensitive opportunity.
The alleged service being provided does not seem worth the price being charged.