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First, if you had no knowledge or participation in the scam and merely attended the school not knowing it was a scam, then they cannot charge you with anything. In order to charge you they have to prove you knowingly participated in a scam with intent to defraud the state license bureau.
Second, you can file suit against the school for fraud, which should be your next step and for all the losses you are incurring.
Finally, you need to immediately sign up for a new class and get certified again because you need to do this to mitigate your damages from this school's scam.
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