• Report: #439718
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AIU Online

  • Submitted: Tue, March 31, 2009
  • Updated: Tue, March 31, 2009

  • Reported By:fairfield California
AIU Online
www.aiuonline.edu Nationwide U.S.A.

AIU Online I never attended their classes I still get billed Www.aiuonline.edu internet

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I never went to school at AIU but there still billing me for there classes. I don't think thats right. This was a big mistake dont ask to be contacted by AIU it turns in to be a big mess you cant clear up. this is the second time with a new collection company that I Have had to dispute this bill. They call me at work at home this is invading my life and Im upset. Are they going to pay me for my time that they are taking from me and my family and work. Dont talk to these people their scamers.
Read what happened to me below.

I am disputing the charge from A.I.U in the amount of $1202.75, which is included on my statement dated January 19 2009.
In 2005, I requested information from the A.I.U Web site. I was later contacted by one of the admissions advisor/sales person the next day. I applied for a student loan and finical aid. I was approved for both but realized I would not have time to work there program. I called my admissions advisor to inform her I needed to withdraw from the school. I left countless messages on her voice mail asking for her to contact me and drop me from the school. After about two weeks I spoke with my advisor who informed me that I would be withdrawn and should have no financial debt since I had called requesting to withdraw for weeks before classes started. Because I was having such a hard time reaching my advisor to withdraw I called and cancelled both the loan and financial aid that I had requested since for some reason no one would call me back. When I left a lot of messages asking to be withdrawn I cancelled everything to make sure this company who is well known for its scams today, would not make my life harder. (However, it seems know that no one withdrew me from the classes like they said they did, because if they would have your company would not be calling me to this date. Again, I did not attend any course at this school and owe no money to the school. I cancelled the financial aid the loans and classes before the classes began. I withdrew in a timely manner. If this schools personnel did not completely withdraw me like they where suppose to in there system that is not my responsibility but a responsibility of the employee I spoke with in regards to this matter.
Please investigate this dispute and provide me with a written statement of the outcome.

fairfield, California

This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/31/2009 11:29 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/aiu-online/nationwide/aiu-online-i-never-attended-their-classes-i-still-get-billed-wwwaiuonlineedu-internet-439718. 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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