The National Society of Collegiate Scholars Scam

After earning a B.A. in English two years ago, I found myself unsure about my career path in New York. I decided to pursue certification as a Radiology Technician at a City University, despite financial constraints. I received a letter from The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) congratulating me on my academic success and nomination to their society. One award caught my eye - the Induction Recognition Award offering $50,000 to new members. Desperate for financial assistance, I paid the $95 lifetime membership fee, hoping to fund my classes. However, upon closer inspection, I realized the award was split among 50 applicants and required another application process. Disheartened by the lack of benefits and misled by the promise of financial aid, I realized the NSCS was not the solution to my struggles. My experience serves as a cautionary tale to others facing similar challenges.

It’s a scam!

I received the same thing and also paid the mentioned amount. When I tried to log into my account, it redirected me to a different website.

Lesson learned: Always do your research and talk to those who have actually benefited. If there’s a fee involved, it’s probably not worth it.

But, judging by what everyone else is saying, it’s pretty clear it’s a scam, lol.