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Complaint Review: Denver Business College
Denver Business Collegehonolulu, Hawaii United States of America
Denver Business College charged me for classes i never took honolulu , Hawaii
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i talked to my instructer about this and was assured that there would be more computer work, just to hang in there. several weeks later, still no computer work. i quit the class and was assured once again that i would not be charged for the schooling i received via my student loan, that my pell grant would be used to pay for the schooling i had received.
cut to present date......i am now in default for a student loan for over $5,000. my pell grant was returned(or so i thought) and the student loan was used to pay the "school". denver business college no longer exists.....the finance company that had my loan after i defaulted no longer exists and i am going to have to pay the loan in full if i want to go back to college. how is this fair??? isnt there some law against stealing from the u.s. government? will i have to file for bankruptsy? i am furious!!!
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