University of Phoenix — did not return to lender my student loan when I withdrew
I took 4 classes total. I withdrew from the school after the fourth class because the classes were bogus. I was not learning anything. I was writing papers without any real direction. Now don't get me wrong, it wasn't that it was impossibly hard. I was getting all A's but I was not learning anything. All that I was doing was writing papers and quoting other peoples research. When I withdrew I received a notice that they only returned half of my student loan for the year.
THE FOUR CLASSES COST ME OVER $7000.00
They will not return my calls and place me on hold then disconnect me every time I call to dispute the charges.
Do not go to this scam of a school. You will learn nothing and they will over charge you.
I am looking for a class action lawsuit against them for the money that they stole. Please contact me if there is one or if you know of any way to get them return the correct amount of money to the lender. I understand that school does cost but this isn't Stanford, $7, 000 for 4 classes is outrageous.
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