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Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.
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GovLoans.gov is an online resource to help you find government loans you may be eligible to receive. GovLoans.gov launched in 2004 to provide citizens with improved access to information on loan programs.
Federal and State agencies are responsible for offering and administering loan programs and handling the application process. GovLoans.gov is designed to help you easily locate this information. Each loan program has a ‘Quick Info’ box on the page. Here, you will find program information including a link to the managing agency’s website.
GovLoans.gov offers information and eligibility requirements for government loan programs, but does not manage the programs, or accept applications on behalf of the managing agency.
What should I know about government financial assistance?
GovLoans.gov is an educational resource. GovLoans.gov will never send citizens free money, directly offer loan programs, call you, or directly ask you to send personal information. It is important to verify a government agency’s contact information before giving away personal information. Learn more in this article, from our partner site Benefits.gov: Protecting Yourself Against Scams.
For an online guide to additional government information and services, visit USA.gov or call the National Contact Center at 1-800-333-4636.