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Argosy University Fraud and misrepresentation of degree worth Internet
9th of Jul, 2011 by User893683
To all the past and current Argosy University students: No matter where you live, if you have experienced any type of fraud or misrepresentation, including false promises, student loan fraud, and other various complaints, please contact your state's Attorney General's office. Many states, including Florida, Texas and California are investigating claims against Argosy for fraud. My case is very simple: I was promised an internship over five years, even enrolling into a second Master's Degree program to help my chances of obtaining this internship. Yes, you guessed it, I'm at least 100 thousand dollars in the hole, the degree isn't worth the paper it's printed on (my state confirmed that without the internship, my credentials are finite and will hinder my obtaining employment), and no other respectable state or privately run university will take the transfer credits or my original degree. (approximately 21 credit beyond my first Master's wasted too). So, I cannot start over (my loans are maxed), I cannot obtain gainful employment (even in these difficult times, I could obtain a job in my chosen field, per the hundreds of interviewers' feedback over the five years in Argosy....however, the interviewers stop short when they hear I have no student sponsored internship). Please, if you are disgruntled, feel taken advantage of, unable to obtain gainful employment promised to you, promised low student loan payments or urged to lie on student loan forms, told to leave the school when you're loans ran out, or simply promised something that was not met by Argosy (or any other for-profit school for that matter), CONTACT YOUR STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE. Chances are, they are already investigating this sad excuse for a school. To those who may have a good experience to report: I'm very happy for you, but I suspect you were already working in the chosen profession, and your company or state paid for your education. A majority (at least 90%) of those I took classes with were already gainfully employed in the profession, but were looking to up their salaries with a higher degree.

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