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New to credit and in need here.
Im new to credit. And have 0 history with anything. But need to go to collage. I need a 10,000 dollar loan. Whats my best option to get a lump sum asap?

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You option is about zero on getting a loan.

College is not a Need, it is a want.

Get a Job, and pay as you go,  you don't need any loans for College.  

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Without a cosigner I am not sure you can get a loan.  Talk to your school about what grants and schoolorships you may get, and about loans. they are the best ones to answer this question.  But there are many companies that you can work for that will help you pay for school.  My company gives $3,000 a year for schooling and will reimburse you once you show them your grade of C's or better.  Loans will drag you down for YEARS after school so should be approached with great caution.  You could end up owning several hundreds of dollars every month, with not much more income, and not be able to get out from under the loans for 30 years.

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