Maybe Donald Trump didn’t count on more students coming forward to corroborate the claims made in the $40 million lawsuit filed against him and his ‘Trump University’ for scamming students out of thousands of dollars.
Bob Guillo, of Long Island, said: ‘They told everybody to get their credit card limits raised to buy real estate, but the true purpose was to pay $35,000 for the next bunch of seminars.’
Another entrepreneur hoping to learn the secrets of the trade was Nora Hanna, who said she paid $17,000 for the Trump University program, before concluding ‘what I learned there, I could read on the internet’
…It took the Brooklyn woman two months to get her money back, as promised to those who changed their mind within three days.
‘They wouldn’t answer my calls or emails,’ she said, adding that eventually the money was returned.
Trump’s former students have been coming forward to tell their stories in the wake of a $40 million lawsuit against The Apprentice star and his real estate school by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.