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If they had uncertified instructors for programs that require you to obtain certification and their program was not certified by the licensing bodies, then your course of legal action is under breach of contract
and also for unfair and deceptive business practices for their willful and malicious misrepresentation of their program to you. Your description of their promises and the actual conduct is absurd if you have evidence to prove what you are saying and it is grounds to sue for breach of contract.
You can also report the school to the Department of Education and also the State Attorney General Consumer Protection
Unit regarding the apparently fraudulent conduct of the school. Additionally, you can report the school to the Better Business Bureau
. All of these agencies will come down with incredible pressure on the school if the school is doing what you say and they are likely to end up paying fines on top of having to reimburse all of the students.
You have grounds to sue for the entite cost of your tuition for them not having the proper program or certified instructors. Also your classmates can sue as well for the cost of the program.
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