University of Phoenix — scam
I enrolled in UOP received a loan for 20, 000. I was informed that only half of my loan could be disbursed based upon credit hours. My 1st disbursement was (10, 000) 7, 000 was mailed to me and the school used 3, 000 to cover the cost for the class which I was enrolled in. UOP states that the other 10, 000 of the original (20, 000)loan was returned to the lender. I am now in repayment status repaying the loan, but have received several letters saying that I owed UOP 7, 600 in addition to paying the lender and if I do not pay UOP this will further damage my credit and prevent me from pursuing another school. Upon withdrawing from this school I had a 0 balance and all my fees were paid with loan funds. How do I defend myself knowing that this is a scam. I received a loan and I should be required to repay only the loan back not the school.
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