I went on to Grant Me’s website to find out more about their service. They collect a bunch of your personal information and then tell you that you need to have a video call with them to get more info about the scholarships you qualify for. OK, I was curious enough that I signed up for a video call to find out more about the scholarships my daughter might be eligible for. Soon after, I received a text to ask if there was another parent in charge of financial decision making and, if so, could they be present during the call. I told them that we weren’t making any decisions until we had all of our questions answered so I wasn’t going to commit to my husband being there for the call. They responded by asking what my questions were, so I asked what the service would cost. They (“Ali”) responded by saying the service costs $1495 for 5-year access to the program, but they guarantee $1500 in scholarships (not sure how they can do this, unless they are fronting the money for the guarantee). Ali then asked me if I had any more questions, which I did, so I responded with those. I received zero response from Ali after that and was then informed by my daughter that she received an email from Grant Me that our video call had been canceled. Really? If Grant Me isn’t a scam, they should be avoided due to terrible customer service. I feel that if I wasn’t willing to have my husband and I subjected to a potential “hard sell” that they weren’t interested in us. We’ve since looked at Scholarships Canada and it seems much more legit.