Missoula, Montana
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Love this experience while you're trying to get it done at home because you won't get a job.

Hospitals and Clinics don't look at you as completing or "graduating" because it's not considered the same as going to a REAL school and getting your credits. They also offer a 100% money back guarantee then FIGHT with you about how you didn't follow every rule because they didn't inform you that you have to. This is the worst schooling I've ever taken and I gained absolutely nothing from it. I still can't believe the false promises this place creates and then make you pay thousands of dollars for absolutely nothing. You are better off working towards a real school course than to go through this program. Rethink your position if you don't want to loose thousands of dollars on something that will never help you in life.

Product or Service Mentioned: Us Career Institute Program.

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Anonymous
Bronx, New York, United States #1280800

None of your complaints make any sense. If hospitals and clinics are saying US Career Institute isn't a "real" school, then it sounds like you need to start applying at "real" hospitals and clinics.

US Career Institute is an accredited institution from which you can obtain certification or an associate's degree. The only reason these hospitals and clinics might not accept these credentials is because they're specifically looking for "more" education, like a bachelors degree, or they require other-than-correspondence (Both of which you should have researched beforehand).

Regarding the money-back guarantee and "fighting" because you didn't "follow every rule" because they "didn't inform you": Their policy is spelled out on their website. It's called "the fine print" and every business out there has it. Shame on you for not reading it, then demanding to be compensated for your negligence.

And you complain about "false promises" but fail to explain.

Also, how did they "make" you pay thousands for nothing?

If you literally received "nothing," then yes, you have a case. But if they sent you so much as login information for a course, that's something. And they didn't "make" you pay unless, of course, you refused, they turned your account over to collections, and for fear of further staining your credit record, you reluctantly paid your outstanding balance.

I wager this isn't the case. In fact, I'd go so far as to say you're like the majority of the naysayers who is looking for an easy way out, has an overwhelming sense of entitlement, and expects a degree and career to be handed to you.

On a silver platter.

At the expense of others.

So my advice, should you choose to accept it: Grow up and take responsibility for yourself and your actions.

Anonymous
to Prospective Student #1381254

I would just like to say that you have made comments on several reviews on this very website and coincidentally, from the ones I have read, they are all regarding the same school,US Career Institute. All the reviews I have read about this school are negative and all the comments you have left about the reviews are negative.

You cut people down for just expressing their opinion and experience. I think you are just expressing your opinion as well but there is no reason to be rude. It is coming across, in my opinion, that you work for/at the school and that you are trying to downplay or discredit these people and their reviews in order to try to make it look like it is or was the students fault and not the schools.

So, my word of advice, if you choose to take it, is to next time to try not to make it so obvious or to shut the **** up and quit scamming people! Thank you and have a good day!

Anonymous
#1150749

Has this school now changed their name to kings career institue?

Anonymous
#1135568

Thanks for taking time to inform

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