A Message from the Secretary of Education to ITT Students

Dear ITT student,

Today, ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT) announced that it is closing all of its ITT Technical Institute campuses. For most of the world, that news will be covered as a business story or a political one, but I know that for you it is deeply personal. You are probably wondering what this means for your future; how it is going to affect your finances and your ability to continue your education.

In recent years, ITT has increasingly been the subject of numerous state and federal investigations. In August, ITT’s accreditor, the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) determined that ITT “is not in compliance, and is unlikely to become in compliance with [ACICS] Accreditation Criteria.” This came amid increasingly heightened financial oversight measures put in place by the Department over the past two years due to significant concerns about ITT’s administrative capacity, organizational integrity, financial viability, and ability to serve students.

The school’s decisions have put its students and millions of dollars in taxpayer-funded federal student aid at risk. Last week, the Department of Education took oversight actions to prevent ITT from continuing to add to that risk. When we made that decision, we did not take it lightly. One possible outcome of oversight actions is that a school may choose to close rather than take corrective actions, which can cause disruption and disappointment for current students. Ultimately, we made a difficult choice to pursue additional oversight in order to protect you, other students, and taxpayers from potentially worse educational and financial damage in the future if ITT was allowed to continue operating without increased oversight and assurances to better serve students.

We are committed to helping you as you consider next steps. Most immediately, you have two basic options to choose between:

  1. If you are currently or were recently enrolled at ITT, you may be eligible to have your federal student loans for your program at ITT discharged. Your federal loan debt will be wiped away and you will have the option of restarting your education somewhere new. We will post and update information about how to receive a discharge at our ITT announcements page.
  2. If you wish to continue and complete your program at a different school – especially if you are close to graduating – you may be able to transfer your credits. It is important to note that transferring your credits may limit your ability to have your federal loans discharged. Closed school discharge may be an option if you enroll in a different program that does not accept your ITT credits.

Both of these options have pros and cons, depending on your unique circumstances, so it is important that you consider your specific situation carefully. You can find some information to start with at our ITT announcements page. The Department’s Office of Federal Student Aid is ready to support you with resources and information, including through this website, and will be updating you with more information in the coming days and weeks.

Whatever you choose to do, do not give up on your education. Higher education remains the clearest path to economic opportunity and security. Restarting or continuing your education at a high-quality, reputable institution may feel like a setback today, but odds are it will pay off in the long run. There are people and tools – like our College Scorecard – out there to help you pick a program that gives you a real shot at success.

I am proud of your hard work and dedication, and we will do all we can to continue to provide information to you on your options.


John B. King Jr., U.S. Secretary of Education


  1. I graduated in 2013 in the CNS program. I am in the same boat as all of you guys. No good paying jobs to be able to pay the loans back. I graduated from the Johnson City Tennessee campus. Upon graduating it was virtually impossible to get career services to help you. All they were interested in was getting you in, getting your money, and signing you off in a job making $8 an hour. With a family and a mortgage has does one pay this debt off? There is no way. Thanks ITT for putting all of us in a situation we will never get out of. Hope you all can sleep well at night!

  2. I am applying for a dicharge but unable to get it because my second location in ITT is not showing up in the system and I have proof of enrollment but the people who review the application doesn’t want to see it

  3. I was enrolled in ITT Tech and I am applying for a discharge but I can’t get it because my enrollment in the second location that I tranfered is not showing up in the system and I have proofs of my enrollment but the fed student loan just answer back that my dates ate wrong and pay not attention to my enrollment in the second location and I also saw that there was an amount taken on this year. So I have no idea why my enrollment doesn’t show up. Please help me with this situation

  4. My degree from ITT tech is useless now. Why aren’t all loans being forgiven. No college will accept the credits from this school now.

  5. My son applied and was admitted to ITT in Dec. 2014. He qualified for a reduced tuition based on his father’s income. My son was living with his father and helping to care for him because he is handicapped after suffering a broken neck and paralysis. At the second semester, ITT tripled his tuition, claiming he no longer qualified for the reduced tuition, although nothing changed with his financial situation. The education for computer program developing was substandard and he was not learning anything he had not taught himself. He realized he would not benefit from this program and would only be accumulating a massive debt for an education that would take him no where. It is obvious ITT did not provide quality education and a future for their students. The only thing they did was cause massive debt for these students and line their pockets. I would hope the government is going to allow loan forgiveness for all who are suffering at the hands of ITT’s gouging. My son is $10,000 in debt for 2 semesters ( 6 months) and no benefit of an education provided by ITT. How is he going to get help for his situation?

  6. I graduated in 2006 with the associates degree in computer and electronic engineering and never received help getting a job like they promised. Was never able to work in my field of study because no where recognized my degree from itt tech. And I’m still paying loans back for a degree I can’t use. This school is a scam and a waste

  7. they closed the school just before my graduation ceremony so i never received my degree. Does anyone know how i can get it?

  8. What is the status of selected graduating students for September to receive their Degrees? I completed all my courses with thousands of other students September 3rd 2016, prior to the closure on September 6th 2016. Why hasn’t this information been provided to students? What is the hold up! I don’t want loan forgiveness I want my degree!

  9. The three things that I paid for were taken from me swiftly and with out notice. I do feel a refund is in order, they promised help finding a good job, being able to retake classes at any time, also a credible college degree.

  10. I graduated in 1998 from Hoffman Estates, IL with a bachelors in EET. How can i get a copy of my degree and transcripts? DOES ANYONE KNOW? PLEASE HELP!!

    • There is an electronic database of all accredited colleges and universities that holds transcripts.
      I am sorry, but since my stroke I can’t remember the name. Google search until you find it! Good luck!

  11. My son graduated in 2014. He has student loans and I have parent plus loans. If the degrees are being discredited there should be loan discharges for all federal loans for ITT Tech. It’s not right to make us pay for a degree he can’t use.

  12. I graduated in 2007 for CADD. I had a 3.96 GPA as well as perfect attendance for the entire course, valedictorian, and the deans list 8 out of 8 times. Although I do work in the field, draftsman do not make much. With this in mind, I have tried to further my degree and obtain a bachelor degree in engineering but no school will recognize any of my schooling at ITT. I do have 40,000 dollars in debt that I have paid faithfully 378.67 a month. It’s a real shame that the degree can not be used for educational advancement. To obtain any future degree I have to start over as a “freshman”

  13. I am a former ITT Tech student. I feel cheated, lied too and the degree I have is less then the paper it was printed on. Every day I have to come up with a good reason to stay alive and not put a billet in my head. 84k in student loan debt until i retire is a tough pill to swallow. Not fair, help or I am going to shoot myself.

  14. According to the college score sheet I could have gone to Harvard, received a better education, actually made enough to pay my debts after graduating, and paid far less. After attending ITT, I realize I could have gotten a better education from YouTube. Almost everything they taught I had already learned in High School.

  15. Whats the address to mail the aplication to see if I approve for the discharge. I got it in the mail but there’s no address to mail back?

  16. I paid almost 60K for my degree from ITT Tech and now it’s worthless? I still owe over 20K. How can I get this forgiven and possibly paid back?

  17. Let us put the Education Department to the REAL test. What are YOU going to do about THIS: I received NUMEROUS emails from the VA stating something to the affect of: “…What does this mean for your GI Bill benefits?
    This means you can no longer receive GI Bill benefits, including the monthly housing allowance, for any future classes at ITT. Even if your enrollment for the upcoming term was already submitted to VA for classes at ITT beginning after the end of the summer quarter, VA cannot pay for it. This includes payments under any GI Bill benefit program including the Post-9/11 GI Bill and the Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program.”
    Now, DESPITE the fact that they “cannot pay for it”, THEY DID. NOW they want ME to repay them some $6655.50, saying that I am responsible to fix THEIR mistake. Since ITT no longer exists, I can NOT go to the school’s financial office (like they instructed me to do) to get this straightened out. No, THEY SCREWED UP, THEY need to fix it, NOT me. Now the problem with this is, you KNOW they are not going to listen to me. (and they didn’t–I tried already…) Who is going to help me now? What if they decide to pay out another $6655.50 NEXT semester–are they going to hold me accountable for THAT too? THEY need to be fixed ASAP. YOU CREATED THIS MESS–please help me….
    (The letter came from the Department of Veterans Affairs, St. Louis Regional Office, PO Box 66830, St. Louis Mo 63166-6830.)
    Don’t tell me to “ignore it”. They told my Dad that in 1945 for an over payment of $50. In the 1990’s he got a bill for 6 figures after interest, finders fees, lawyers fees, etc.

  18. I graduated from ITT in 2006 with bachelor degree in electronics engineering and didn’t find a job in my field, I decided to go for a higher education and that’s when I found out no school would accept my credits unless if I do minimum of 2 years. I end up paying from my pocket because of my loan and I received a credited degree and continued my higher education to get a decent job. ITT was a big scam they should have never been a proved for government loans this would have avoided all this. I think we should able receive a loan forgiveness.

  19. I went through the process with Everest (Corinthian) which was shut down last year. I graduated with a BS in 2010, already having and AA degree when I started. I amassed $48k in loans, no assistance from career services, no job placement, not even sent on an interview; while having a 4.0 GPA. The last word I received from the Dept. of Ed and from Sally Mae was to hire an attorney and file a suit to have the loans paid by Corinthian. There is no real help for the students.

    In this case, you are all screwed. Not one school which is accredited will accept credits from any ITT campuses. I work in secondary education and know this as a fact. Once these psychopath con-artists get you enrolled and get your money, it is gone. And by letting them close the school without prosecuting the principles only allows them to open a new school, new name, new sign, same old story. They will open another school and steal people’s money for another 20 years before anyone catches on. This patsy establishment government does not have the balls to prosecute because so many politicians already know and are getting kickbacks from all of this. they would go to jail too. It is time to clean house in DC!!

    • It was this government that uncovered the scam, and put the scammers out of business. Students must be wise when applying to colleges, and realize that schools like ITT are not recognized by state colleges for transfer of credits, nor by well known private colleges. I learned this after my son attended ITT for one your, then attempted to transfer to a community college. Remember, too, that any knowledge that you gained cannot be taken away. Stay the course, and continue your education.

  20. Like many of you i am stuck in a bad situation. I “graduated” in 2012 and i never received a diploma or any credits. Nothing to prove that i went there in exception to all my school book and a $39,000 Debt that i will never be able to pay off as i could not find a job in What i studied. Right now my forbearance is ending and i am due to start paying back $350 a month in October. I have a family to take care of on a minimum wage salary. Anyone know where i can get any help. I don’t know what to do.

  21. So basically what ITT tech did was charge the highest amounts of money for education and gave every one tissue degrees. That makes me look at every institution proclaiming to give you quality education, taking up your time and putting you in debt. If ITT Tech was able to get away with it for 50 years. Who else is doing this.

  22. my daughter graduated in 2012 from ITT has about 80,000 in loan debt. with the closure of ITT tech that hurts my credibility of my degree. will there be any student loan forgiveness ?

  23. ITT’s closing will affect 12,000 in my home state of Indiana. Governor (and now vice Presidential Candidate) Mike Pence has said that the Obama administrations strict regulations are the reason ITT is being forced to close their doors. I think as a student what I really see when I read this post is the debt and wasted time these students will now face. I was a transfer student from a community college to a public university. What I quickly learned was the credits I accumulated at a community college (which I would told would transfer) did not transfer. I encountered technicalities when transferring credits, for example “12 credits of English are required, 6 can be completed off campus and the other 6 must be on this campus.” The fine print is what hurt me as a transfer students. Universities are reluctant to take a transfer student with a lot of credits because they want new students to obtain a majority of their credits at the transferring university. I fear that these students in their final year, maybe even final semester, may only be able to transfer a fraction of the credits obtained. This adds years, and detrimental cost on to an education. It would be a nice if a public university could step forward and say, if you have completed 50% of your degree at ITT, that you will have automatic admission into our school, and cost of education cut. It will be interesting to see how this works out in the future.

  24. I graduated in 2006 with an Associates in Computer Aided Drafting and as the Valedictorian. I was on the Dean’s list 6 out of the 8 semesters. All of that, and I could never find a job as a drafter. They paid too little and with the current bills I had now along with a $21K debt, I couldn’t accept any job offers. I owe $21K after 2 years of a GI Bill paying ITT Tech too!
    ITT lied to me about how much my school would cost and made me believe the GI Bill would cover 100% of it. Right before I graduated, they handed me an itemized bill for $21K+!
    ITT Tech was grossly mismanaged and it finally caught up to them.

    • Learn ladder logic do electrical drafting not electronic schematics but large scale then work your way into the field for hands on experience.

  25. I graduated in 2010, AA in Computer Network Systems. I already had a job but I needed a “degree” to help get me promoted. My company has a reimbursement program but it is limited per year so I racked up about $20,000. After graduating I borrowed from my 401K to pay off 4 different federal loans because of all the different interest rates. Long story short, I have tried to enroll in State college but they will not accept any of my classes and I would have to start all over again. I just recently was able to pay myself back for the 401K loan and still in the same position at my work due to my “ineligible” degree. Is there any hope in getting my $20,000 back to start over at an accredited college for past alumni? Any information is appreciated.

  26. I was supposed to graduate from ITT in 2000 with an associates in EET (electronics Engineering Technology) and “guaranteed” a 100k a year job coming out. and a 95+% graduation rate. I was a naive young kid t the age of 16 when i was recruited and signed/sealed. ITT came to my high school 200 miles away, then also came to my house with my mom and I, sit down and did a video presentation. They said we do not have College Dorms, but we will help pair you with someone in your course of study to get an apartment together. Of course I never heard another word about helping me get a room mate after the entrance exam and signed the enrollment contract. Once I got moved I had to pay rent and food, find my own room mate and had to keep a full time job while going to be able to pay rent, eat, pay car insurance, etc… Of course making 8.00 an hr 40 hrs a week paying rent, food, car payment(crappy car but had to have something to get back and forth to work/school), car insurance leaves no money for savings. 1.5 years later my car broke (yep was still paying on it) and no way to get to work or school. I had to drop out, move 200 miles back home with my aunt/uncle (mom died of cancer soon after i signed the “enrollment contract”). Had to get a job with my uncle making 6.20 an hr (minimum wage, we live in a small eastern kentucky town) until i could even fix my car which took almost a year to do because i still had to pay insurance and car payment and pay them some. Their system is full of fraud, especially for people that have to move there to go to school. There is no going to college and focusing on your studies there, you have to have a full time job because they dont provide housing, or didnt when i attended, homework was half assed because after going to class and then work, it was already midnight before i got to the apartment…. Then of course they have their success stories on the walls of the campus. I got to know a few of those success stories after the fact, all of them in the same field of study as I, but they graduated and didnt make no 100k out the gate…… They were complete liars…..

  27. I graduated ITT tech in 2007 and have been paying ever since. The loans don’t ever seem to get lower. An now with a famiy to feed it comes to the point i will die before i ever pay off. Please advise a way to get out of the debt.

  28. Make no mistake. There will be no relief for the students. The department of ED if far too bearaucratic to help. If your student of former student of ITT like myself, you’re screwed. out of all the students in this mess, a sliver of a few will get assistance as long as they go through the obscenely complex process on the department of Ed website. And when they finally get their relief, most likely 10 years will have gone by.

  29. I Graduated in 2012, and am having the same issue as all of you guys. Is not fair to pay that much money for nothing. I got into the school thinking I was going to have a better future , but now am working two jobs ( nothing to do with what I study ) and I cant have time with my family because I have to pay all that money back for nothing. Please do something for past students , ITT Ruing my life I regret so much going to that company.

  30. Hello,
    I am also in a bad situation. I graduated in 2005 with my Associates degree and planned on continuing my education. I joined the military (currently still in military) but have not been stationed near an ITT school. So I took classes from other places until I could find somewhere my credits would transfer. My current situation now is I still owe 16k in loans after 10 years, credits won’t transfer to finish bachelors and school is closed so any hope of finishing it is gone. Also, since I wasn’t enrolled at ITT in the last 120 days I can’t discharge the student loans. I can’t tell you how big of a stress this has been to know that I have to pay 16k back for something I can’t finish or transfer to finish. I am looking forward to the Webinar to see if there are other options.

    • I recently watched the recording of the Webinar and found that all they basically said is the same thing you have if it is over 120 Days you get nothing.
      I dropped back in 2012 because I caught on to the whole scam they were running and I filed a claim with the FTC and also contacted CFPB to find that they only do something if there is a large amount of people filing complaints about the same thing.
      CFPB has been “Investigating” ITT for 3 or more years now.
      FTC so far I was told they have no open case and are doing nothing at this time.
      I did manage to get a confirmation from the FTC that I had filed a complaint about ITT falsifying info to me and basically pressuring me into going to school there “To Better My Life”.
      They have ruined any chances I will have at ever getting any federal Loans for school or otherwise.
      Thank’s ITT for making my life Better.
      I wouldn’t know what to do without 12K in useless loans that keep growing.

  31. I graduated from ITT in 2010 with an associates (CNS) and a bachelor’s (PM) in 2012. During my tenure there, there was talk about the school not being accredited and many students were considering leaving. At which point, we found out our credits were nontransferable. Administration spoke with classes and assured us that we were on track to being accredited. Being that I already received a degree, I went back to continue within the same major different track. Practically enrolling straight out of high school with no debit, I amassed a HUGE amount of debit. I understand how pressing this matter is for students who are currently enrolled, but will anything be done for “alumni?” We are still shouldering that debt, and many of us have not been able to find jobs in our respective fields.

  32. After four years in education I realized how bad of a situation I got myself when was trying to get a job after to get those type of mega loan, after several month I get my job not in the field certainly meaning. This is not a fair that after all of that we have to be penalized to paid that loan back. Also is really irritated when you apply for a job and they always look for certificate so you degree look like is not count. It look now that who will believe in you. What will happens with all of us that we graduated in the past?

  33. Good morning
    I was a nursing student at itt who was affected by the closure. I was three quarters away from graduating. Now im trying to go from school to school to finish my program and noone is willing to take my nursing credits. They are telling all the students they would have to restart the whole program again. This is not fair at all for all the nursing students the other degree department will take their credits but not the nursing department. We all can’t just start all over after all that hard work we all put in the program.
    There has to be something done for these nursing students. Dont punish the students.

  34. I graduated in 2010, Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering. When I graduated there wasn’t many job openings in the field. I got $63,000 loan I can’t pay. I’m not working my job field at the moment. Now I’m worried that my Degree from a closed school; ITT, will hinder me from now on. Do we get some kind of loan discharge also? Do we get our VA GI Bill back? I’m willing to start over at a community college if I could get my loans discharged. No school will accept me because of my loans.

  35. I went to the Kansas City, MO campus. Like many who have commented on this, I too was forced into signing. At the time it wasn’t explained to me what I was getting into. I graduated a few years ago but have over 40K in loans. I am current on my payments but feel I should no longer have to pay because the degree I have is not worth the paper it is printed on. I think the school should have to pay these loans back. I hope someone is reading all of these comments and will make the decision to forgive these loans as well. If I go in for a job interview with this degree I will be laughed out of the office. What can people in my situation do? Please help.

    Ps. I would be more than happy to give my diploma back.

    • Your persona and presence speaks volumes. Much more than a degree. I was offered a job at a facility who took nuclear warheads broke them down and converted the material for medical purposes. Half the battle is believing in yourself. Having confidence know when to listen and laugh at the right jokes cause some can be a bit nerdy but funny.

  36. Is there any help for me that I just recently graduated from this school ITT TECH 2015 if my loan be forgiven.

  37. Received a collection notice from. One. Advantage, LLC they are still trying to rob you how do i get this off my credit

    • Mr. Wilson, The best first step is to contact the 3 top Credit Bureaus and request to make a written rebuttal or statement explaining the debt is being contested. If the loans are related to ITT Tech, the for-profit college, which was closed down by the Dept. of Ed. and Veteran’s Admin., due to systemic wrong doing and loss of accreditation, then say so and indicate the total debt and the fact you are left with units that are non-transferable and/or a degree that is useless.
      If you apply for any type of credit, then credit decision makers will still see the active collection activity – but, they will see your comments as well.
      Most business persons have heard of the ITT Debacle. Hopefully, the decisions they make will be softened by your clear and unemotional statements.
      All the best,

  38. What about the students that finished all the course work and clinical hours for ITT-Tech’s school of nursing. I’ve heard that the exit Hesi has been waived by the school because it is not a State requirement. Waiting to hear if the Board of Nursing will allow me to sit for my license. I’m in debt and in limbo. Please respond.

  39. If I have an opportunity scholarship with itt, is that mean I can’t go to another school if itt is closing because I won’t have the financial help that I was supposed to get with itt?

    • ^^^THAT is EXACTLY why many students chose ITT; and it is something that NO State or public school can legally offer. ONLY private schools could offer private funding; and that is what the Education Department is trumping most of their fictitious charges around–all whilst putting words in Student’s mouths, making them tell partial truths without even realizing it. I wouldn’t trust any private school at the moment with the Government trying to shut them all down. The only thing that I can suggest is trying to find private financing on your own; but that will be very difficult, at best. Maybe a bank signature loan?

  40. I have one quarter left from December to March please tell me what’s the option should I do transfer my credits to a different School

  41. I just want to know if US graduates(im from class of 2011) can get a loan forgiveness or the loan discharged?? Now with the school closures will definitely not be a valuable degree. Next to any other degree. I still havent even found a job in the field! and have to pay more than 57k

  42. Mr King does not have a child three quarters from graduating. All you are worried about is the tax payers money. That in it self is a joke. What about the time and money spent, the last three years. My son is losing his internship. Plus paid education, as a Electrical Engineering. Was this your bull crap or Obamas? What kind of world do we live in 45000 students out in the streets.

  43. I left Eastern Florida State after one quarter of attending because I was told by ITT Tech that EFSC would not and could not give me hands on and would not properly prepare me for a future in IT. Being military, the military retiree working there came in and help push me to make the transition to ITT. I had wasted a full year of my 911GI Bill entitlement doing just 4 months at New Horizon who made false promises and now I have wasted another 9 months at ITT. Twenty-one months of my 36 months and Pell grant money. I may have 14 months or less left but now I got to do 24 months at EFSC to get my degree. None of the classes transfers. Even if I try to go to Keiser, no credit transfer and Keiser is even more expensive. This week I went back and request to see the IT labs and an IT instructor to see the setup. It is better that ITT using all hand on, so I reenrolled and will start in January due to their full time Winter classes are full. Now the big problem, the school was in trouble for the last two years why were I or other informed?

  44. We have all been the victims of fraud! I feel for the people who were enrolled and about to graduate. I also feel for those of us who have graduated, at any point, and still carry the heavy financial burdens of a loan for a degree that is now worthless and subject to ridicule because of the image ITT has given it.

    Something needs to be done, people. Why should we pay on exorbitant loans for degrees that are worthless, when many of us come from situations where the school officials aggressively steered us into accepting their terms to begin with. It is fraud!

    The US government offers something called “Borrower Defense against Repayment” for situations such as these. The for profit school “Corinthian” did the same thing to it’s students and many of those students were able to successfully have their loans forgiven because of their fraudulent activities.

    We can either sit and accept what the government tells us, or demand that we be compensated for our losses. This is not our fault and we have been wronged!

    Everyone of us, current and former students, need to take the steps necessary to have their loans forgiven. Period.


    ** in no way legal advice. It’s just common sense.

  45. I am an older student who was to start my last quarter on September 12 and graduate with my nursing degree in December. Now that ITT has closed, there seems to be no recourse. I checked other nursing schools who want you to retake all nursing classes and some general ed classes as well. At fifty plus years of age, I am very reluctant to pursue this course of action. I feel shafted by ITT in turns of my education and their predatory loan practices that has left me owing thousands of dollars for tuition, including 2 quarters that I did not even attend due to a family illness. The Department of Education should provide some recourse to help students finish their degree without retaking classes.

  46. I graduated from TTT Tech in 2012, 40k in debt with an Associate degee that is not worth the paper it’s witten on. I tried to transfer my credits from ITT Tech to a community college to further my education and was told that I could not get credit form the classes I took at ITT Tech and would have to pay to talk the same classes over in order to get accredited Associate degree. I realized than that ITT Tech is a big rip off. ITT Tech needs to be held accountable for their action. Thousands of students are finding themselves in a bad situation due to ITT Tech negligent, broken promises, and misleading advertisement.

    I chose CADD as my field of study because the Recruiter at ITT Tech told me that I would be making 50 to 60k once I graduation and would have no problem paying back my student loan making that kind of money. The realization of the matter is that, I have not been able to get a job offering no more than 23k, With that degree. That was my reason for wanting to continue my education only to be told that my degree from ITT Tech is worthless.

    The Government need to make ITT Tech return all the money they have stolen from the Goverment loan programs and private loan agencies by taking advantage of good people like me who only tried to better their chances of getting a better job and a secure future.

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