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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    I have spoken with BPEC and they siad they do not accredit train4jobs nor Metropolitan International Schools, is their anything I can do now???

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    I was informed when I started the course that I would be awarded certificates at the end of the 12 month course, I have just spoken to train4jobs who have just informed me that there are no qualifications or certificates at the end of the course, this must be clear misrepresentation ! what do you suggest I do?

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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    Add that in to your letter.

    However, it does state on their website
    *All BPEC qualifications via BPEC approved training centres
    http://train4jobs.co.uk/trades/plumbers

    But if you weren't told about attending anywhere to do practical elements of the course.... you've been misled.

    So the main questions are;
    Did the salesguy tell you it would give you a BPEC and C&G qualification ?
    Did the salesguy say anything about practical elements ?
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    Their website does state that, which is a lie, surely just on that basis I can leave the agreement! I was told that i would receive BPEC qualifications in 12 months which both are not true!

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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    Quote Originally Posted by JonPearson View Post
    I was informed when I started the course that I would be awarded certificates at the end of the 12 month course, I have just spoken to train4jobs who have just informed me that there are no qualifications or certificates at the end of the course, this must be clear misrepresentation ! what do you suggest I do?
    Quote Originally Posted by JonPearson View Post
    Their website does state that, which is a lie, surely just on that basis I can leave the agreement! I was told that i would receive BPEC qualifications in 12 months which both are not true!
    Yip misrepresentation.

    Basic start point for a letter https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/co...-and-services/

    Have a draft and post it up
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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    No qualifications in 12 months, not BPEC approved

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    Thank you!!

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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    If they dismiss the letter, using endless clauses. Might I end up paying any Legal fee's??

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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    No, at this stage it is a formal complaint, it would only have any potential of additional legal fees if you stopped the payments and they decided to take you to court.

    I've got the email just making a few amendments for you xxx
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    Default Re: How do I get out of a loan agreement with train4jobs?

    Thank you! Well I don't fancy paying the next installment as Christmas is coming

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