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DLCA Warning Residents to Resist Scammers Promising to Help With Student Loan Debt Relief

Staff Consortium | October 06, 2022

The V.I. Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs is warning the USVI community of scammers who may contact them to help with their student loan debt. “Many persons in the territory are anxiously awaiting the availability of the application to apply for student loan debt relief announced by President Joe Biden. Unfortunately, the community must be careful with scammers who may contact them to help with the process. Especially when asked to provide their personal information," warned DLCA Commissioner Richard Evangelista. According to DLCA, the following steps are provided by the U.S. Department of Education to protect yourself against scammers: Do not pay anyone who contacts you with promises of debt relief or loan forgiveness. You do not need to pay anyone to obtain debt relief. The application will be free and easy to use when it opens…

VIPD Seeking Community's Assistance to Locate Runaway…

Staff Consortium | October 03, 2022

ST. CROIX — The V.I. Police Department is seeking the community's assistance to locate a 15-year-old…

V.I. Dept. of Health Announces Territorial Nurses…

Staff Consortium | October 03, 2022

The V.I. Board of Nurse Licensure has announced the start of the 2023-2024 renewal application acceptance…

Request for Qualifications: Consulting Architectural/Engineering…

Staff Consortium | September 30, 2022

The Virgin Islands Port Authority (the “Authority” or “VIPA”) is hereby soliciting a Request for Qualifications…

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All FirstBank Locations Open Today

Staff Consortium | September 19, 2022

FirstBank VI has announced that all its branches will open today, Monday September 19 and observe regular business hours.  All branches except the St. John MarketPlace location will open at 8:30 a.m...

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