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The main reason consumers remove their complaints from companies like DeVry is because they are threatened with lawsuits among other threats.Most businesses like DeVry know the unlikelihood of students taking legal actions against their well-paid aggressive lawyers.

DeVry is known to hire people simply to review any negative comments or complaints against them on the Internet. These people are paid employees of DeVry to defend the reputation of their company regardless of how many legitimate complaints against them. Ever wonder why DeVry expands their Business to areas where they know they'll get the most tuition paid for with government grants. The company has expanded its operations in Latin American markets like Brazil and is looking to expand to developing countries like China and India.

There remains a lack of government regulations with businesses like DeVry failing to protect the consumers who are misled by false promises in providing a superior university education. DeVry's executives are well-aware how easy it is to get rich taking advantage of students who won't have the resources necessary to hire a lawyer protecting their student rights when they are ripped off. AND RIP OFF IS WHAT DEVRY IS. Don't be fooled by their ads or recruiting personnel.

These are well-trained individuals working only for DeVry's best interests and their commission / bonus for every enrolled student who signs a contract.

Do the research and be aware that most of the encouraging comments posted for DeVry are made by paid employees and not actual students.Students rarely have time from their studies to post complaints if they weren't legit and if DeVry provided them an upright education.

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Anonymous
#1137864

I was told i could pay nearly all my four year degree with the Federal student loan cap.Here I am barely halfway through my Sophomore year with nearly 46,000$ in debt, and according to a true accredited university I won't be finished with school for nearly another three years.

I maintained a decent 3.57 GPA. I had to eat 2 classes because of lack of instructor response to questions.

I want some of that money back so I can finish my engineering degree at a school that really holds an ABET accreditation.strelief08@gmail.com

Anonymous
#1032247

You can also find it on Pissed Consumer on FB...I am posting the data I supplied and wrote below..

on FB...Lets see if we can make this work!

Anonymous
#1032245

I and my husband got cheated both by DeVry and Keller (same organization).This was done within our Fin Aid.

Long story short if you have been cheated by the above mentioned for profit organization then post here with your email and stay anonymous about who you are email is sufficient- I am planning on organizing a Class action. However this is what is required to create one see below:

1.Consumer Fraud Class Action Lawsuits (getting scammed or ripped off, falling a victim of false advertising);this includes financial issues.

2. What are the requirements to class actions?

According to the Federal Rules of the Civil Procedure there are four main requirements to class action:

1) Numerosity - class must contain at least 35 persons;

2) Commonality - fact of question of law must be common to the whole class; 3) Typicality - one or several persons can sue or be sued as representatives of the class; 4) The chosen representative(s) must fairly protect interests of the group. 3.

What are the pros and cons of a class action? Before participating in a class action lawsuit, one should carefully weigh all its advantages and disadvantages. Pros of a class action lawsuit: - higher judicial efficiency; - lower litigation costs which are spread among class members; - power of group; - equalizes the power of individuals and entities; - higher level of certainty for defendants; - the opportunity for plaintiffs to get protected for less...

4. How to file a class action lawsuit? Taking the following steps will help you to file a class action lawsuit: 1.Understand the problem which started the lawsuit. 2.Refer to an attorney that handles class action lawsuits.

3.Sign an agreement with an attorney to represent you in the class action. Get ready to pay a deposit against any attorney's fees incurred for representing your case. 4.File the class action lawsuit. Filing fee is obligatory unless you possess a filing waiver or deferral.

5.Make up a summons and complaint on the appropriate defendant(s). Process servers may be hired to perform this task. 6.Inform all members as per the order of the court. The notice is given either through publication in a major periodical, via mail or by personally serving notice.

A copy of the compliance certificate with the court's order is required. I will stay in contact via this page- I will keep my name off this page as we all know as to why. The needed number of people to go through with this 35 min.... find others if are able to research a little and add them here or direct them here with an email..

so we can forward with this.thank you, The Fighter

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Anonymous
to Anonymous #1060648

Would like to join the class action lawsuit. Loributz79@gmail.com

Anonymous
#1003298

Does Anyone Know ALL The Information Who Is Doing The NEW 2015 Devry Lawsuit..Please Send Me Information.

I Would Like To Join.. Devry Overcharged Me.

They Just Cared About Money I Didn't Gained Nothing From Them..xwin123@gmail.com

Anonymous
Puyallup, Washington, United States #972583

They tell you that you have financial aid even when you don't and then charge you for a class when you were told you have aid to cover it.They say I'll review what happened and get back and you hear nothing.

Very disappointed in how I've been treated over the last two years.

When I first started they were a different school than woo they are now.Be careful they don't seem to care about their student any more.

Anonymous
Houston, Texas, United States #966057

I like to know about if there is a class action law suit against Devry University.I attended from 2008 to 2013.

I feel ripped off.

I have over 105,000 in student loans and no job .They are currently holding my transcript because they claim that I owe then 977.00 which they have put in on my credit report.

Anonymous
Somerset, New Jersey, United States #933192

Contact me too about any any class action suit against Devry. Terlin222@yahoo.com

Anonymous
Denver, Colorado, United States #909994

They stole a whOle semester of my loan money and enrolled me in a course after I told them that I would no longer be a student there.They said if I were to drop then, that I would owe money, but if I stayed and completed one more class that I wouldn't owe and would receive a refund.

I waited to see and of course they charged me double! Luckily I never logged in to the course and dtopped it on time and they still never refunded any of the money they took! Even though I hadn't attended and droped way before the cut off date. I have emails to prove it, but now am about to go into default because I refuse to pay for something I never took.

Does anyone know who this fraud should be reported to?Any help would be awesome.

Anonymous
to Lena Denver, Colorado, United States #909995

Oh and I'm not remaining anonymous. My name is Marlena Stallsmith, so start looking back into you're records because this isn't the last you'll be hearing from me.

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