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CDF Group LLC – Scam, Complaint, Review, or Praise?

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Amanda Miller

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  • I started a course with train2game in which they took out a £5000 loan
    without telling me. I was told that i would be paying £130 a month while
    i was on the course by the sales person who visited me.

    This led
    me to believe that as long as i am on the course i would need to pay.
    when i decided to resign from the course i was told that i wouldnt be
    able to as i owed a loan company £5000.

    I didnt know a loan was
    being taken out in my name, if i had i would have never agreed to taking
    on the course. if i wanted to take out a loan i would have gone to
    university where i wouldnt be expected to pay anything off until i got a
    job which is clearly the better option. Now the CDF (Career Development
    Finance) are on my case to pay off a loan that i feel i shoouldnt have
    to pay.

    I feel as if i have been scammed and would like some advice.

    Thank you for taking the time to read this and i hope to hear from you soon.

    I cannot afford to pay them the money.

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