Back in 2002 I enrolled in the high school diploma program through Stratford Career Institute. My long term goal was to go to college for accounting and I expressed this goal with the staff at Stratford during the enrollment process.
I asked them specifically if the diploma that I would earn would be nationally accredited, and I of course, was told yes. After "graduation" I went on to college and earned 30 college credits toward my degree and because of personal and family issues I had to put my education on hold. Now, years later, trying to further my education and finish what I started, am told that all my hard work and dedication was for NOTHING. I was lied to, scammed, cheated because Stratford Career Institute is NOT an accredited school.
In other words, my "high school diploma" that I earned with highest honors, is absolutely worthless. How is it that a company is allowed to take money from people to earn a fake "diploma"?
This should be against the law!
Product or Service Mentioned: Stratford Career Institute Program.
Reason of review: Problem with delivery.
Preferred solution: Full refund.