The domain name MyCornerstoneLoan.org just sold on GoDaddy Auctions for a whopping $42,003 USD, that’s pretty amazing for a three-word dot org that doesn’t mean a lot to most.
Well, the below from ahrefs shows you why over 6,000+ Backlinks from a strong financial backflow in the education sector but that’s still a huge amount of money to drop as ultimately that traffic will disappear over time.
So what was My Cornerstone Loan?
We guide families through the financing of higher education. We teach students to save for education, pursue scholarships and grants, and borrow wisely. We provide conscientious, personal service to borrowers and promote responsible repayment. Student success in financing and completing their educational goals fulfills our mission.
To understand CornerStone you have to understand UHEAA
The Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA), a subsidiary of the State Board of Regents, is an agency of the State of Utah that administers Utah’s student financial aid programs, including the student loan guarantee program and secondary market, state need-based financial aid, the Utah Educational Savings Plan Trust, and the Utah Engineering and Computer Sciences Loan Forgiveness Program. UHEAA’s mission includes comprehensive outreach and information to assist citizens in planning for and financing postsecondary education, and special programs to keep student loans affordable and help borrowers avoid delinquencies and defaults.
CornerStone Education Loan Services (CornerStone) was created to bring the same tradition of excellent customer service to student loan borrowers throughout the country. We pride ourselves in being able to help our customers find the best solutions for their individual needs. We have 35 years of experience in student loans and the lowest default rate in the country, so we know how to help our customers no matter what their situation might be.
This screenshot below shows MyCornerstoneLoan.org from back in 2012.
This screenshot shows MyCornerStoneLoan.org from earlier this year before it expired in 2022