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GovLoans.gov, and its partner site Benefits.gov, will never ask for any information that could be used to identify you (e.g., name, address, phone number, Social Security number, or bank accounts.) If you have been asked to provide personal information or payment to receive government benefits, it may be a scam. Keep the following things in mind if you believe you are being scammed:
GovLoans.gov is completely free to use.
GovLoans.gov will never give you money for loans, grants, or government benefits and will never ask you for bank account information. In order to receive a grant from the government, you must apply for one.
GovLoans.gov does not accept applications and will never ask you for personally identifiable information.
GovLoans.gov only corresponds with users by email in response to submissions to our Help Center.
Submitting a 'Contact Us' form is a great way to let GovLoans.gov know about a problem with the website, an issue with information on the website, or if you need more help using GovLoans.gov. Once you submit a 'Contact Us' form, a member of the GovLoans.gov Response Team will be in touch to respond to your inquiry. Submit a 'Contact Us' form below: