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Many scholarship scams use a mail drop as a return address, disguising the box number as a suite number. A mail drop address alone should not be considered confirmation of a scam, because legitimate firms sometimes use such mail boxes. But the fact of a mail drop address, together with other warning signs, can be a useful indicator of an operation's questionable legitimacy.

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