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Clout Financial Services Launches Private Student Loan Program.

WESTPORT, Conn. -- Clout Financial Services, Inc., a financial services marketing firm based in Westport, Connecticut, has announced the launch of its private student loan program. Clout College Loans education loans ( are designed to fill the gap between the skyrocketing cost of attending a four-year undergraduate college and the financial aid the student receives. Students can borrow up to $25,000 annually, with funds disbursed directly to the student and cosigner, if any.

A Clout College Loans education loan is a low documentation financing option that does NOT require the parents to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), enabling them to avoid the time and effort involved with going through the college financial aid office. Loans are competitively priced and can be disbursed within 15 days of the application. Multiple repayment options are available, including deferral of payments until six months after graduation.

Clout Financial Services, Inc., is a Connecticut-based financial services provider focusing exclusively on high school graduates and students attending leading U.S. colleges and universities. Since its inception in 1999, Clout has provided its products and services to more than 800,000 college-educated young professionals and students nationwide. Clout, in concert with its strategic partners, develops highly targeted lifecycle financial products designed to attract and reach emerging high-net-worth customers.
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Date:May 30, 2006
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