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University Of Phoenix #1869148
I have been trying to sue the U of P for years. They scammed me by tricking me into sighing for a loan when I told them I didn't want one. Erik Young who worked there said he understood. I told him I only wanted a grant because I had a credit card payment and didn't want a loan payment. He said he understood. Yet I ended up with a large loan. I was in my 50's and now they are taking this lie out of my social security. I can't stand this university. I get sick at my stomach when I hear commercials that are going to hurt people. Please make them stop ruining people's lives. I wish it wasn't too late for me to sue but I fear it is. :(
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University Of Phoenix #938696
I was lied to also...defrauded by the University of Phoenix. In February 2007, I was led to believe I was taking four online classes (later it turned out to be seven) …with a grant. So I guess you could say I was told I was covered also….. I had over 50 hours of college from a local college. I only needed a few to get an Associate degree. Toward the end of my classes I found out that I have a huge loan when they contacted me about going for a bachelor degree. I told the recruiting counselor many times that I did not want a loan. During the process of filling out the paperwork for these four online classes, information about loans was requested. I questioned him about this and wanted to know why is the U of P asking information about a loan if I am applying for a grant? I was led to believe that I would not even be considered for a grant to take classes if I didn’t fill out these papers. Again I reminded him that I already had a large amount on a credit card and I didn’t want another large bill. I did not want a loan. I wanted a grant. His response was always, “I understand.” This was a scam. I was not advised about any loan amount. I was not advised or given a choice of any cost...
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University Of Phoenix #710044
yes, I know what you mean, the U of P scammed me for the same amount. I am looking for a lawyer ... my email is shannaj2005@***.com
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University Of Phoenix #597580
Shannaj2005@***.com....I am not sure any lawsuit is going on... Every time I try to join one, nothing happens... I just can't get passed the reality that these U of P people can get by with the things they do...I do think each lawsuit needs to be about the one topic with many people involved... I was scammed into thinking I had a grant. I am looking for victims who were scammed into thinking they had a grant... but it turned out to be a loan. The enrollment counselor mislead me into believing I had a grant... That is fraud!!!

Each of us has to find people whose complaints matches... I just don't see lawyers taking many different kinds of complaints... the more complaints of the same kind makes a stronger case!!!
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University Of Phoenix #597566
I too applied for a grant. I told the enrollment counselor that I did NOT want a loan. Loan questions were ask and I questioned him about this... I was led to believe that I would not even be considered for a grant to take classes if I didn't fill out these papers. Again I reminded him that I already had a large amount on a credit card, and I didn't want another large bill. I didn't want a loan. I wanted a grant. His response was always, “I understand.” Now I owe around $10,000 or so... I want to sue them too!!! this is so wrong... They said if I don't pay they will come after my Social Security... I did not ask for this!!! if you want to contact me... shannaj2005@***.com....
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University Of Phoenix #344906
My name is Shannon. I wrote a letter in 2008 to dispute the loan connected with the University of Phoenix, which was acquired in the year of 2007. This letter went out to United States Department of Education Inspector General Hotline, Axia College of University of Phoenix Douglas Beckwith, PhD, JD Dean and Executive Director.
After receiving emails from the University of Phoenix, an enrollment counselor eventually contacted me; his name will be provided upon request. This counselor discussed my options of continuing my education and how many hours I had from a local college that would transfer over. He told me he thought I would probably only need about four classes. (This later turned out to be seven!)
I told him that the only way I could take classes through U of P was with a grant. I explained to him that I already had a large amount on a credit card and I didn’t want another large bill.
His words were, “I understand.”
He said that I should have no trouble getting a grant because I haven’t been employed. (I had been a stay at home mom and now divorced.) During the process of filling out paperwork, information about loans was requested. I ask
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