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Law school scammed me, now owing loans?

Hello everyone,

I was a prospective law student seeking a school that was suited best for me. After looking at multiple law schools, I found a particular law school that stuck out to me. I called the admissions to get information. Long story short, but me and my father spoke to the admissions and after asking him questions point-by-point and getting responses from him, I decided that I would pursue this school. This law school is ABROAD of where I lived, so I had to rely on this admission’s statements that the school would provide me with what he had TOLD me and my father over the phone.

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Upon finally moving and attending the law school, I noticed everything that the admissions staff member told me was a LIE. I was so distraught. Towards the end of the semester, I withdrew myself. I emailed the dean of the school about the promises and statements that the admissions staff PROMISED me and the dean has yet to reply back after a week.

Not only this, but the admission staff that made these promises and statements is NO LONGER WORKING AT THE SCHOOL. He got fired!

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I am so distraught. Now I owe over $20,000 in loans all because this doofus lied to me and my father.

Is there some sort of way I can contact my student loans provider and dispute this student loan that the school took? Please is there something I can do to somehow reverse this? This school is the ultimate scam operation.

Law school scammed me, now owing loans? – RobinHood – Reddit Feed


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