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Richard L.

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I was highly looking at this school but after reading these reviews I am reconsidering. I do think many people have heard about them so perhaps they are well recognized by companies... thoughts?
To use their website, you first need to give them all your information. Concerned? Then, they start calling you constantly, trying to sign you up. It sounds more like a telemarketer on the line than an actual school. It is just a business trying to make money. Not a school. A school doesn't personally call any person that visits their website, without caring about their background, high school diploma, nothing.

It is extremely overpriced. This is a laughable program. Thousands of dollars later, and other schools will not accept classes from AIU as transferable. What does this tell you about the legitimacy of the program? Even though the classes will get you know where, you still need to pay for them. Here come the student loans!

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