Are you burdened with debt from WyoTech University?
WyoTech, formerly known as Wyoming Technical Institute, is a US for-profit college founded in Laramie, Wyoming in 1966. In 2008, nine former WyoTech students who took heating and air-conditioning classes in Fremont claimed they had taken out student loans for as much as $40,000 each, but their training did not make them employable. According to the suit, instructors sometimes appeared to be drunk, fell asleep in class and could not answer basic questions, and equipment was outdated. In 2013, WyoTech’s parent company at the time, Corinthian Colleges, was sued by the state of California for “false and predatory advertising, intentional misrepresentations to students, securities fraud and unlawful use of military seals in advertisements.” and there are numerous other actions filed against Corinthian in various U.S. states as well as United States agencies. In July 2014, Corinthian Colleges agreed they would close or sell all their schools in the next few months. The U.S. Department of Education announced former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald, a well known corruption buster, would monitor the sale and closure of for-profit career colleges owned by the failing Corinthian Colleges.
The for-profit industry is spiraling downward, which is great news for former students. Programs have now opened allowing students to find relief from their student loans obtained at these dishonest for-profit institutions. If you attended WyoTech University, call (800) 491-7010 to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness. We can also assist you with your private student loans.
How Does It Work?
Call (877) 515-0185 or fill out the form below.
One of our representatives will look at your loans and determine the best programs for you based on your specific case.
Start enjoying lower monthly payments and full or partial loan forgiveness!
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