My 16 y/o son went to one of those "Tutoring Learning Centers". He was tested and advised he needed approx 230 hours at about $45/hour. You have to pay "upfront", so me and his dad financed the fee through the center. I dropped him off and picked him up 3 times a week. About 2 1/2 months ago I got a letter in the mail from the new director stating I owed them approx $1500. for hours my son went over, he was up to 260 hours!! They NEVER TOLD ME when he completed his contracted hours, and just let me keep bringing him in and racking up MORE HOURS. I immediately stopped bringing my son and called the director. I told him I WAS NOT going to pay for these "uncontracted" extra hours, the center NEVER told me he completed his 230 tutoring hours, and it was an error on their part, so I WAS NOT RESPONSIBLE for the extra hours. I thought that was the end of that until....A week ago I get another letter saying they are sueing me for the money. I CANNOT afford a lawyer, any suggestions?Answer Question
Answer by LostTheSlipper at 1:31 AM on Jul. 6, 2008
Answer by nysa00 at 2:45 PM on Jul. 8, 2008
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