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The majority of students from the lower income brackets and the underrepresented racial groups go to for-profit-schools. And that's not (always) good. Why? Watch the video.
If you fear you have bad or hurt credit, chances are, you're being preyed on, too! Scammers will try to get you to believe they can make your credit problems go away (easily).
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