BankMobile Disbursements/Refund FAQ | Community College of …
Who is BankMobile Disbursements? When it comes to receiving financial aid refunds and other credit balances, you deserve choices! CCA has partnered with BankMobile Disbursements to deliver any refund money we may have for you. For more information about BankMobile, visit the BankMobile Refund Choices page.
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Information About Refunds
Any refunds due to you, including financial aid disbursement, will be credited through BankMobile, unless payments have been made with a credit card. Credit balances on a student’s account, resulting from dropped coursework, refund of fees, returned books/supplies, etc. within a semester, if paid for by credit card, will be refunded to the …
Refund Policy | Red Rocks Community College
Welcome to Red Rocks Community College, an accredited two-year college with guaranteed transfer programs to Colorado four-year institutions, located near Denver with campuses in Lakewood and Arvada. Whether you are earning a degree, brushing up on career skills, or seeking life-long learning, you will enjoy an environment of inspiration and support.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) | Credit.org
What is CCCS? CCCS stands for Consumer Credit Counseling Services. Consumer credit counseling service agencies are Internal Revenue Service 501(c)93) nonprofit organizations that will help you find a workable solution to financial problems. Each CCCS agency offers a common set of services, including financial education, budgeting assistance, and Debt Management Plans. Credit.org was founded as …
Customer payments | Refunds and next steps – NAB
If you’re a current or former NAB customer affected by a remediation and you’re not satisfied with the outcome after speaking to us, you can contact the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) for further assistance on 1800 931 678, by email or at afca.org.au.. We recommend contacting AFCA within six months from the date at the top of your letter, as time limits might apply.