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Hi,

I recently heard from a friend about Dr Seymour's Holistic Psychology school in New York.  I wonder if any of you have had any experience with this program or school you would like to share.  Apparently the course they offer is only online.

 

Any input is much appreciated.

 

You have a peaceful day.

 

with regards,

Ganapathy Karthikeyan

 

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I was contacted by a New York Base Holistic Psychology School. They mentioned a scholarship and I am not sure what to think. I checked out the web site and it looks fine. I just don't know if I should trust it. Have you found anything out?

 

 

Katie VanKlavern, CMT

I was contacted by them too - they left part of a voice mail and said something about a scholarship.  I deleted it and haven't looked into it at all.  I don't trust things like that at all.

I got a call from them today. Offering a full scholarship. I was hoping to find some answers myself.

Too good to be true?

Got a call yesterday and was able to talk with "Dr Joanne" this morning. The program may or may not be real, I couldn't really tell, but, the "full scholarship" is not full at all. I was told the most they offer is $2,000 and the program is around $4,000. Definitely trying to get money out of you. Probably a scam..... 

I'm currently enrolled at John Spencer Ellis and although it is totally on-line learning, I really am benefiting and without the schedules I can meet and on my own terms.

http://johnspencerellis.com/

 

I would answer any questions you may have.

Lea

Here is a site for unrecognized and fake online accrediting agencies

http://www.geteducated.com/diploma-mills-police/college-degree-mill...

2 of the three listed accrediting agencies Dr. Seymour claims approval from are on the above list, and the third is on quackwatch.

 

I got a call from them this morning, sounds to good to be true.

I got a call at work this morning and had a mary Robins leave a message about a scholarship also - I tried to call the 877-587-8481 back and it just rings - I called the 212-292-4482 and got a voice mail -- I am sure this is a hoax - but I also find it weird that I just found this website last week and now they are calling me and many others from this site are getting calls too- I dont think that is it is a fluke - they are probably getting our information from this site -I am going to ask how they got my name and number though

 



Colleen Eidemiller said:

I got a call at work this morning and had a mary Robins leave a message about a scholarship also - I tried to call the 877-587-8481 back and it just rings - I called the 212-292-4482 and got a voice mail -- I am sure this is a hoax - but I also find it weird that I just found this website last week and now they are calling me and many others from this site are getting calls too- I dont think that is it is a fluke - they are probably getting our information from this site -I am going to ask how they got my name and number though

 

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