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Optimism Computer Education Complaint - Fake Institute about Software Testing

Review by 131095 on 2010-07-26
SHOP NO.5, ‘ASHAPURA PARK’,SECTOR 19TH, AIROLI, MASSACHUSETTS -- I took admission in Optimism Computer Education, Airoli, Sector 19 for learning Software Testing full course. I have been told to pay 17000 for full course. On starting I paid Rs 10000 but the person [snip - no names please] he always used to push me for balance amount fees to pay again and again. He never taught me full 4 hours which he had promised to teach me at the time of admission. At the time of admission he decided to teach Sat and Sunday four hours. But he never followed it. He used to change the time by making giving a misscall. I used to confirm whether there is lecture will be there or not. He always used to come late in institute and used to scold without any reason. He doesn't know anything in subject and pushed me to bring more students. In the second week only I gave again 3500 cash amount and again he scolded and asked for the remaining amount instead of teaching he used to talk about his fees and used to explain about how students made him fool and not paying fees. He told me he has left 6 lacs package and fooled me as he will teach me Software testing. He didn't teach me well and he doesn't know also how to teach to students and explain.

This institute is really fake he just insulted me very badly and within a month hardly three lectures I could attend and I have wasted my money by joining this institute.
Comments:4 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-07-27
Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-07-26:
Was the price $170.00, $1,700.00 or $17,000.00 ?
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-07-26:
looks like none of the above, jk. I think the OP was paying in Rupees.
Posted by jktshff1 on 2010-07-26:
OK, makes sense @ $360 US shoulda read the location.
Posted by Starlord on 2010-07-27:
Not knowing the laws in Mumbai on fraud, I really can't comment. It may be like Section 419 in Nigerian law, which obviously has no teeth, given all the 419 scams that are sent out each year.

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