- Report: #1059420
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Complaint Review: Academy of Vocational and Professional Training
Academy of Vocational and Professional TrainingInternet United Kingdom
Academy of Vocational and Professional Training, Diane Shawe, Tim Dingle, AVPT Global, Express Training Courses, Diane Shawe and Tim Dingle took our money and did not deliver upon their promises. London and Internet
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They promised my girlfriend the chance to train students online, who would pay to be trained. She'd earn £40 a student, or thereabouts. She would just have to train to be an online teacher, which would cost money. £300 to be exact.
The training was provided, and the students never materialised. She has been waiting months for the students; there are none. It was sold to her as an easy way to make money, by a friend (Tim Dingle), at a time of great need.
The training is of little to no use outside of the AVPT scheme as it requires students to come to her through their system in order to make the promised money.
Of course, you may think "Pay up front for training? Who would agree to that?" - and we thought the same thing, but Tim Dingle was meant to be our friend; we took him on his previously good word and we got stung. So here we are.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/15/2013 01:59 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Academy-of-Vocational-and-Professional-Training/internet/Academy-of-Vocational-and-Professional-Training-Diane-Shawe-Tim-Dingle-AVPT-Global-Ex-1059420. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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