Complaint Review: AXIA College - University Of Phoenix - Phoenix Arizona
AXIA College - University Of Phoenix Axia University of Phoenix Online is a Financial Aid Scam Phoenix, Arizona
*General Comment: UoP is accredited
*Consumer Comment: Wrong information
*Consumer Comment: Report the truth
*Consumer Comment: UOP Is Not a Scam
*General Comment: Response... Also was scammed
*Author of original report: As StateJean Debie Franco Said They do Things Diffrently
*Consumer Suggestion: Correction
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What she was responding to was my question on why I would not get the balance minus the $1500 for my General Education class that is mandatory. I should a got a check for $7500 they put in for the whole year at one time. She said the way it works is you have to take so many 10 Credits to qualify for Financial Aid, they hold all the money you don't get a penny, they keep that money and you have to take $16,500 worth of classes. You end up with a balance of 4-5k per year you owe. I was misled by both Sara Stone and Debbie Franco until money was available then the whole song changes. I read on the Internet that the reason that University of Phoenix does this is helps the Attendance Statistics, once they have all your Financial Aid money for the year you are done. Your recourse if you don't listen to me and make the mistake of going to this school is first of all unless your sure don't login to your first class or your done, you owe the whole amount it is in the Contract. If you do start and want to leave all you have to do is fill out the Official Withdrawl form on the University of Phoenix site, it should generate a email for your proof you did it. At this point if you only took one class, they have to Refund you back the Financial Aid they owe you minus the cost of the one class. They will lie to you and tell you can't cancel, but you can easily. By law they have to return any unused portion of you Financial Aid or contact a Lawyer most will jump on this no problem Pro Bono, they can't keep your money and the best thing to do is not go there, read the bad things other former Students and sadly even a good amount of their own Instructors have to say don't just take my word.
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