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UEIuei is a rip off to students

Well first i would like to start off by saying i started uei on may 15, 2012 the reason for me coming to this school and continuing is because the staff at uei was actually making alot of since saying things that i wanted to hear to attend this school so by me wanting to be a medical assistant i decided to attend because i thought it was actually a good school thats until u have been there for some months and u actually really see what uei is about and how they lie and rip u off lets start off with the teachers at uei well this is how they do they get rid of all the good teachers who actually care about students and there career and replace them with teachers that have criminal records and teachers that sit up here and want to socialize with students with things not dealing with the class like pulling out there cell phones and showing videos on facebook, you tube, gossiping, last time i checked this was college and we are here to get taught about the medical field. when the teacher gets mad or upset she yes meaning a woman instructor wants to give us pop quizes, extra homework, add like 10-20 questions on the test which i feel isn't right just because your mad don't take it out on the students thats just wrong especially the ones who really want to be here and get their education. oh!!! you thought that was it no it wasn't let's talk about how the teacher gives outstanding awards to all students except five students because she is mad and doesn't like us wow really let's all be adults here. she goes around saying i didn't take my medicine today so its not going to be a good day...but they do harrass us about our titution...

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    wilsondsmwlaw Aug 15, 2016

    The UEI Class Action has settled for approximately $9 million in settlement monies. (Cordova et al. v. United Education Institute et al., AAA Case No. 73-516-Y-[protected]) In order to be eligible to receive settlement monies, CLASS MEMBERS MUST FILE A VALID CLAIM BY OCTOBER 4, 2016.

    You are a member of the class and may be eligible to make a claim if you graduated from UEI’s California campuses on or after October 15, 2008 and enrolled before August 22, 2013, who, within six months of graduation, did not find employment working at least 32 hours per week in a single position, within their field of study.

    You can also visit the UEI Settlement website at www.UEI.simpluris.com to read about the settlement and to complete a claim form online. If you have any questions about the class action, please contact us at [email protected]

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    eemlopez Jan 10, 2013
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    I went to uei for dental assistant i liked how you get hands on training but you dont learn as much in 8 months. Im still not working payed attention in all my classes and attend to class everyday but at yhe moment i feel i have no experience classes will go by so quick and change mod evry week sometimes even days .and now pay 16 thousand for this school is just too much i will like to know if they can just take their diploma and not pay them anything

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    wilsondsmwlaw Oct 29, 2012

    I am an attorney from Duckor Spradling Metzger & Wynne. Our firm has filed a lawsuit of behalf of students UEI College for unlawful and deceptive business practices. We would like to here about your experience and see if you fit into the class of students we are representing. Please call or email either myself ([email protected], [protected]) or Annette Clark ([email protected], [protected]) to set up a phone interview.
    Anne K. Wilson, Esq.
    DUCKOR SPRADLING METZGER & WYNNE
    A LAW CORPORATION
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    Tel: [protected] | Main: [protected] | Fax: [protected]
    3043 4th Avenue | San Diego, CA [protected]
    Email: [email protected] | Web: www.dsmwlaw.com

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