- Report: #901256
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Complaint Review: daytona State College & FL. Dept. of Ed.
daytona State College & FL. Dept. of Ed.1155 County Road 419 Internet, Florida United States of America
daytona State College & FL. Dept. of Ed. GED Transcript Request run around and rip-off Internet, Florida
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However, a month later and so far $30 spent, Daytona State College will not accept my GED transcripts. I paid $24 for 2 copies of my Diploma and Transcripts which I received June 1. When I brought it to the DSC admissions office, I was told they could not accept them because they were not in a sealed envelope from the state.
On June 15th, I sent a $6 money order and another transcript request from to the FL. Department of Ed. I received a sealed envelope yesterday and brought it to the DSC campus. The clerk opened the envelope, which I believed contained my transcript. Instead it contained a letter from the state stating that the amount for a transcript request has changes to $8 and I would need to fill out another request form and send another $8 money order for documents I already have in my possession!?!?!
The state did not even send back my $6 money order? So frustrated! Why is there no common sense anymore????
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/22/2012 07:56 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/daytona-State-College-FL-Dept-of-Ed/Internet-Florida-32724/daytona-State-College-FL-Dept-of-Ed-GED-Transcript-Request-run-around-and-rip-off-In-901256. 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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