Sunday, July 25, 2010
The Belford High School lawsuit filed by The Googasian Firm against the owners and operators of an internet "accredited high school diploma" scam that has allegedly defrauded thousands of United States citizens out of millions of dollars has been noted by two blogs devoted to coverage of diploma mills and degree fraud: http://tinyurl.com/28ykg3w and http://tinyurl.com/29q9euo. If you have concerns about Belford High School, share them by visiting http://www.belfordlawsuit.com/.
The Los Angeles Times looks at many of the problems associated with for-profit colleges, http://tinyurl.com/34bxj85. If you have a concern about a for-profit college taking advantage of it students, share it with The Googasian Firm, which investigates and pursues claims against for-profit schools engaged in deceptive practices. E-mail us at email@example.com.