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Full Sail University Financial Aid Review from Brandon, Florida

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Full sail great education but what a ripped off on cost was not advise that added my sons edication loans to my pareny plus loans making it a grand total of 162000.00 this is so out of my range it is 6 times what i make in a year ersus adding it to the student loan boy they know how to scam to get e,tra money in their wallet not has a parent i might loose everything i have worked for 40 years because thete is no way i can make 1000.oo mo th payment there has to be something can be done capping on what they charge yes i w fell for it but was not fully advised in detail what it did really thanks full sail for ruining my life
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map-marker Athens, Georgia

FullSail University charged me $10 grand for 1 month!

FullSail looks great on the outside but once sucked-in you will owe them $thousands of dollars. You will also be floated around by email and never get a live person to resolve issues-Don't go to their school! In the beginning all my tuition was covered by student loans but after 3 weeks and charging me over the $10 grand they said i owed them another 1,400.00 in cash which never should have happened because i was covered in the beginning. They then dropped me and have made it so i can't return to finish my classes that i paid them 10 grand for so now i have that debt and no learning to show for it...
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