Four years ago, I enrolled in the course for accounting at Ashworth College. I finished the course, with little trouble, fully believing their BS that it would be immediately accredited and I would be able to find employment.
As soon as I had the diploma, I began to look. I was told the school would help, but all they did was give me a useless page of job search sites, basically saying "we think you should do it yourself."
I found out, later, that what I had spent a great deal of money for, what I had thought would be a good form of employment, was, in fact, next to worthless. The diploma was only equivalent to an asssociate's degree and most accounting jobs need a minimum of a bachelor degree, or enough experience, which was not provided, that it was, in fact, useless.
Then, like an ***, I enrolled for what I thought was the "business management" course, figuring that having that would make me infinitely more employable. However, the materials I received were for improved studying as a student, and had nothing to do with business management at all. I tried to cut ties to Ashworth, and they basically told me I had to pay them, just like the only real reason they were there was to collect money.
Thank goodness I finally found out about this.