Am I able to sue?

1 Answers. Asked on Sep 21st, 2017 on Education Law - New Jersey
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I was tricked by a diploma Mill and did not know until I attempted to apply for college am I able to sue them for their representation?
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Answered on Sep 28th, 2017 at 12:55 PM

This sounds more like consumer fraud than education law.  Find the advertisements indicating what you are getting, and your contract that you signed and paid for.  If you did not receive what was promised then you have a consumer fraud complaint again the company that can be filed through the Division of Consumer Affairs.  Best of luck to you. 

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