University of Phoenix, December 2009, Pays Two Former Enrollment Counselors $9.5 Million Dollars - This is FRAUD!
University of Phoenix Pays $9 Million Each To Ex-Employees For Defrauding Students
University of Phoenix
In December 2009, the University of Phoenix paid two former enrollment counselors $9.5 million dollars a piece. Mary Hendow and Julie Albertson, two former enrollment counselors for the University of Phoenix Sacramento campus both got paid $9.5 million dollars. Each counselor worked less than 2 years to earn this salary and so can you!
These two former enrollment counselors claimed that they enrolled students who could not complete their classes because they were educationally incompetent to handle the course work. Students didn't know anything about a computer, more or less, how to operate one. The more students Hendow and Albertson enrolled, the more their salaries would increase. And increase it did, to a whopping, $9.5 million dollars.
On December 20, 2009, both of these enrollment counselors were paid $9.5 million dollars by the University of Phoenix for "blowing the whistle" and winning their whistle-blower lawsuit in an out of court settlement. Not bad working at the University of Phoenix for less than 2 years and making an outrageous salary.
You can read more about this whistle-blower lawsuit on the United States Department of Justice web site that was made available to the media December 19, 2009 here:
If you want a job that pays well, the University of Phoenix will pay you $9.5 million dollars as an enrollment counselor. Apply for a job today at the University of Phoenix as an enrollment counselor. They are always looking for new enrollment counselors to enroll as much students as possible. The University of Phoenix doesn't care about their students, their careers, or their futures. The university operates only to collect as much money as possible and leave students with worthless degrees that can't land them a job and also leaves students with student loan debts so high, with high interest rates, that they will never be able to pay back.
Here is the link to the University of Phoenix's employment web site:
Time for students to start marching to University of Phoenix ground campuses and asking for their REFUND!