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The College Networkthey are con artists and frauds

You are right about the fast talking salesman, and lies, and rude and ruthless customer assistance. I signed up with The College Network in March. They came to my home and did a pretty good job of explaining everything. The salesman told me that even though I signed up for the bsn program; I could change to the adn at any time. Ok that sounded great. I knew about the 3 day cancellation.

I got a letter from the College Network a little while later stating that my gpa was not high enough to get into Indiana and that I would have to pay more money for another course, and I would have to enroll in Indiana and take this prereq and this prereq and I think fitness or something in order to get the gpa to get in the nursing program. Shouldn't that have been determined before the started making me pay 9000?

So, I didn't want to jump through the former hoops to get into Indiana nursing program and I called the College Network to switch to the adn program. I inquired as to when the excess amount would be removed from my loan amount, and was swiftly and rudely informed that it would not. Of course I protested, but like many others, I was informed that no matter what I had to pay. They did say that they would credit me for future classes, but I refuse to do anything further with the Company.

Now, This is for Rick! The College Network Rep.
Before you get in touch with me and tell me that I am wrong. I do not wish to hear your ###, generic response. No matter what you say or how you say it. This is wrong. It is ok to step down to a lesser program that costs about 3000 less but it is not ok to refund said 3000. I HAVE MET CRIMINALS WITH BETTER INTEGRITY THAN YOUR COMPANY!

Just in case you can't find me in your Database, My name is Danetta Kerns. I am curious as to what ### you can come up with because I have never been late on these ridiculous payment.

Oh yeah and you are going to hell for using a Christian Credit union to rip people off. I called them today and asked how it is possible that after a loan has been issued that you could add more to the balance. She said that she didn't know unless it was in the contract. I am sure it is slithering around in there somewhere, but I did inform the bank rep of your unscrupulous practices.

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    mary temitope Mar 29, 2010

    i guess am one of the online ccollege network victm. hec i havent even started the program and am being forced into it..so did yyou end up paying the whole fee what happened? hasnt anybody tried to sue them?...this program is a joke...how can you force someone into doing somethin...at least, charge me a fee to get out of the program...CHARGE ME...i feel like crying right now and i havnt even taken my board...am not even an lvn...yet ...wth?...like this program needs to be STOPPED!!!...it has to be taken to court!!!

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    lpage1516 Jan 11, 2011
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    S. Wilky May 03, 2015

    Well said Danetta Kerns! i agree with your complaint 100%!!!

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