- Report: #504123
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Complaint Review: Computertraining.com
Computertraining.com20700 Civic Center Drive Ste 100 Southfield, Michigan United States of America
Computertraining.com ComputerTraining.edu, ComputerTraining Deceptive advertising gives you overconfidence then leaves you in extreme debt! Southfield, Michigan
*Consumer Comment: Out Of Business!
*General Comment: "Scam" not really....
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Fast forward to after I was given confidence that I would do great in this program because of my background knowledge of Windows and computers...
I ended going through the class and "graduating" with a "95%" I currently only have two of the certifications and I am still in the same job I was in before I took the class.
The only thing I came out of this class with is regret and a $30,000+ Career training loan that I cannot defer payments on if I wanted to go back to college.
My advice to anybody with half a brain - 1. Buy the books for the certs and study them. 2. Go to an actual college and get a two or four year degree in Computer Networking! (Best option)
Do not get sucked into this scam!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/04/2009 10:18 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Computertrainingcom/Southfield-Michigan-48076/Computertrainingcom-ComputerTrainingedu-ComputerTraining-Deceptive-advertising-gives-yo-504123. 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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