- Report: #939192
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Complaint Review: computertraining.com
computertraining.com100 commerce drive newark, Delaware United States of America
computertraining.com This company was deceptive and fraudelent and now left with a bottomless pit of debt and a piece of paper that is worthless newark , Delaware
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I have finally had enough. I went to computertraining.com back in 2004. A 6 month course totalling $24,000. I have been paying this load with absolutely no end in sight, sinking $500 a month into a loan I will never pay off. Then to find out that the guy behind computertraining.com, David Lau, abruptly closes all of his offices throughout country. I refuse to file bankruptcy, not that it will help since loan is financed through Sallie Mae, which is government backed loan. I am going to call Department of Education to find out what rights I have and then contact a lawyer. I did receive a class action suit from a law firm in Michigan 7 to 10 months ago in regards to computertraining.com, but have not heard anything. I realize everyone has a different situation and that our country is on the brink of $1 trillion in student loan debt. However, the thousands of students who were duped into believeing that we would have a better future and now are left with a worthless piece of paper and over $25,000 in debt. These debts should be discharged for anyone who took these courses, regardless of the fact that it is a government loan through Sallie Mae.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/10/2012 03:18 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/computertrainingcom/newark-Delaware-19734/computertrainingcom-This-company-was-deceptive-and-fraudelent-and-now-left-with-a-bottom-939192. 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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