Defrauded College Students at For-Profit “Universities” Face High Hurdles

I applaud the fact that USDoEd is offering debt relief to students who were defrauded by places like Corinthian College.
Unfortunately, the burden of proof will be on those students, and even getting some of the documentation they need will be hard, partly because CC is out of business and of course can’t and won’t give the students any of the documentation they will need to prove their case. Plus they need to show exactly which state law was violated by the scamming college.
I predict that most of those students will need legal help of some kind to prove their case. Will we discover a new generation of legal con artists taking on these cases in yet another scam, or will we have pro-Bono activists helping them out?

Published in: on June 10, 2015 at 6:57 am  Leave a Comment  

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