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$50,000 #PayMyStudentLoans Giveaway

Does it seem like your student loan debt has taken over the reins of your financial life, making it impossible to hit that next life goal or treat yo’self how you want? If you’re tired of barely making a dent in your outstanding student loan balance, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. MoneySolver is giving one deserving person a life-changing opportunity by paying his/her student loan debt – up to $50,000!

Imagine life without student loan payments (amazing, right?). You could finally afford a place of your own, buy that new SUV you’ve been eyeing, or start ticking off those items on your bucket list. The possibilities are practically endless. So, we want to know – “If you no longer had to pay off your student loans, what would you do with all that extra money?”

There are two options to submit your response:

An essay (250 words or less) OR

YouTube video (60 seconds or less)
For the video option, please be sure that you follow these guidelines:

Use MoneySolver #PayMyStudentLoans in the title
Include moneysolver & paymystudentloans in the tags
Set your video to “public”
Copy the video URL and include it in your application below
Save a copy of the original file (applicants must provide a copy to MoneySolver upon request)
Applicants must:
Be twenty-one (21) years of age or older at the time of application
Must have completed college (no longer enrolled – degree not required)
Be a legal U.S. permanent citizen
Must have student loan debt
Must be in repayment status

The #PayMyStudentLoans Contest winner will be notified by email or phone on or around April 1, 2020

One comment

  1. Demmelash says:

    I hope l will be the winner.

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