4 Charged In Florida For-Profit College Fraud
Career College Central Summary:
MIAMI – Four people connected to a now-closed Florida for-profit college are facing conspiracy and theft of government funds charges for allegedly obtaining $6.5 million in fraudulent student aid.
A 15-count federal indictment unsealed Thursday in Miami names the former owner of the Fast Train college, Alejandro Amor, and three admissions officers. Fast Train had locations in six Florida cities before it shut down in 2012 following FBI searches at its offices.
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