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HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by crazy123, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. crazy123

    crazy123 New Member

    hi guess what about frasier mckenzie one of my best friends joined with them and like thousands of others didnt know what she was signing up for so she wants to leave but doesnt know what to do as she signed the contract but hasnt had any lessons from what i hear. has any one here tried to quit and if so what happened?????????
  2. Hades

    Hades Nibble Poster



    But to your post I havent had any experience of them. All I can suggest is maybe look in the small print for a cooling off period?
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  3. Qs

    Qs Semi-Honorary Member Gold Member

    Tell your friend to contact the Citizen's Advice Bureau (http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/) and see if they can offer any suggestions.

    Else read the contract thoroughly, or try to contact the company directly.

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  4. Jase2009

    Jase2009 Bit Poster

    Sorry to hear about your friend, I've heard about what Fraser McKenzie do - they get people to sign up on the day by telling them they are just signing to 'get funding' for the course and then after they find out they have actually signed a loan agreement with Barclays meaning they have taken out a loan of about £4K (about £7 / £8K after interest)

    When people realise what they have done they cannot get out of it unless they pay at least a £500 cancelation fee.

    The only thing I could suggest is to contact office of fair trading and explain that she has been mis-sold / lied to when she signed the contract also contact the bank who the loan is with and tell them what Fraser McKenzie are doing - maybe they will think twice about working with them if they know they are basically ripping people off.

    Also go to your local paper and try and get them to run a story about it and use it top to pressure them to fet your money back.

    Good luck

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