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I Started With Simon and Bocksch This Year But Need Some Advice. – Kyle

I started in Simon and Bocksch this year in January Paying a total of 330.21 a month. I have heard very little from them and received 2 forms they want me to sign and fax back. After reading these it gave me the impression I was tricked in to a false belief!

The debt answer looks good but did the bait and switch and now I’m questioning even being in this program, but don’t want to walk away from the money I put into it! I struggle every month with my payments being a full time student Supporting myself! I don’t think I have grounds to request a refund, But then again I really don’t know much about this!

What Should I do? What do you think about the forms?, I have not signed them before? Can you recommend a company for me to go through!


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