- Report: #1063099
Report - Rebuttal - Arbitrate
Complaint Review: International academy of film and television
International academy of film and television635 south San Fernando Burbank, California USA
International academy of film and television AKA JIM YORK TOTAL FRAUD Bait and switch, JIM YORK is a FRAUD Burbank California
*REBUTTAL Owner of company: Legal Notice
*Author of original report: JIM YORK is a FRAUD
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The biggest mistake our family made was to enroll our son in a film class at IAFT. Not only were teachers not there half the time but there COO JIM YORK LIED to our son that if he enrolls he will get a paid internship at Warner brothers.
that was a LIE....after we spent more than 13,000 in cash on a worthless class my son got a job making min wage at a record store.
IAFT has no financial aid because the federal government gets to many complaints about them and will not accredit them.
our admissions rep confided that JIM YORK trains them to lie and to do anything to get money from families...she also said that there paychecks BOUNCE all the time and the teachers race to the bank to be first to cash there check.
STAY FAR FAR away from IAFT.....it is a RIP OFF
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