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Is dropping classes and fleeing considered fraud?

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Bingo

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My boyfriend was taking classes fall term at Portland State University (Oregon), but every term after he dropped all the classes and took the money. In Spring term he moved to California. He bragged to me, his friend, and his family about it. Is this considered financial aid fraud?
 


I AM ALWAYS LIABLE

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<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bingo:
My boyfriend was taking classes fall term at Portland State University (Oregon), but every term after he dropped all the classes and took the money. In Spring term he moved to California. He bragged to me, his friend, and his family about it. Is this considered financial aid fraud? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

My response:

Oh no, nothing like that. Duh !!

This is one of the reasons he needed an education. You see, an uneducated dolt, as is your boyfriend, doesn't have the "smarts" to think past his nose, let alone a year or two from now. Does he think he's the only one who's ever done this? Does he think the government doesn't have investigators and collection agencies and prosecutors? They will catch up to him though sooner or later . . . remember, they have his Social Security Number and his name. When they find him, it'll be "curtains." Will you wait for him until he gets out of prison?

IAAL

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[This message has been edited by I AM ALWAYS LIABLE (edited May 29, 2000).]
 

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