- Report: #1106645
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Complaint Review: Everest College in Dallas, TX
Everest College in Dallas, TXMockingbird Dallas, Texas USA
Everest College in Dallas, TX I graduated in 2005. When I attended Everest I was told the I wouldhave job security after graduating and that my credits would transfer. I tryed going back to school and was told that my credit would not transfer. I deiced to go back to school this year and there I meet an ex-employee who told me that Everest College lie to students and that is why this person left. This person I also informed me to lookup this lawsuit and hopefully they can help me. I am in a $27000.00 debt to Everest at this time. At this time since none of my credits were able to transfer I will have to retake all my core classes eventhough I already have an Associates Applied Science degree which is the same degree I am know retaking. Thank you for anyhelpyou can provide. Dallas Texas
*Consumer Comment: Everest is a Fraud
*Author of original report: Response
*Consumer Comment: No one can force an edcuation on you
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