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From: "Lily Bao" <lilybao@HOTMAIL.COM>
Sent: Saturday, August 25, 2001 4:24 PM
Subject: Don't be fooled or cheated by Diginet any more
> Don't be fooled or cheated by Diginet or Steve Gu any more!
> Please forward this message to anyone who may consider taking
> computer courses or may learn a lesson from this story.
> Don't EVER, EVER, EVER go to Diginet School to take coures.
> It's the worst school in Toronto, if it is still called a school.
> It's my worst experience in Canada. I would like to share
> it with you for the hope that no one will repeat the same
> mistakes that I had made, and no one will be fooled or cheated
> by Diginet or Steve Gu again.
> And it's a lesson for everyone to learn,
> especially for new immigrants who can easily be
> fooled or cheated by Diginet.
> My name is Bao Ling Yi.
> I studied Chemistry in China, and spent more than a year to find
> a decent job here. I always ended up with some general labor.
> Then I began to look at compouter training with a hope to
> get a computer job after may be half year's training.
> I was not confident at all, so I went to several schools for counseling.
> Finally it was Diginet and Steve Gu's sweet words and many "guarantees"
> that made up my mind. I enrolled for a package so called
> "Yi Ka Tong". There was a class which already started for
> two weeks. They asked me to follow the class right away, because there
> were still several seats left in the class.
> I said: "It's already two weeks, how can I catch it up?!
> I don't have any computer foundation."
> They replied: "Don't worry. If you have some difficulty, we will arrange
> the instructor to make up some class sessions for you."
> Well, I had to follow their arrangement, and thought that
> at least I could give it a try, and if I indeed had any difficulty,
> I can get a tutoring (make up) lessons from the teacher.
> Therefore Diginet put me in the class, and I tried to follow
> the Java class. I really had great difficulty. Later I asked for
> make up lessons. They keep saying the instructor is busy, and
> ask me to wait. In the end they never arranged any instructor
> to make up class sessions for me.
> Instead, they said: "you can repeat the same course in the next round."
> What a cheater!!!!!
> I had a lot of frustration, and my learning desire and
> curiosity was completely ruined by them.
> On another occasion, I wanted to take a class which they
> cancelled because of not enough students enrolled.
> I still remember what their advertisement said: even with one
> student enrolled, we also start the class. (Kai Bang)
> I am sure many people still remember that false and misleading
> advertisement: "Yi Ge Xue Shen, Wo Meng Ye Kai Bang"
> Such false advertisement misled people thinking "Wow, there
> are so many courses that I can take once I enroll for
> the 'Yi Ka Tong'. I don't even need to worry that
> the classes may not start because of the guaranttee
> on the advertisement and the promises at the time of enrollment."
> The fact is that often you will be inserted into an on-going class
> to fill in the gap or wait endlessly for a class to start which
> may never start.
> At the time of my enrollment, I inquired about my home
> PC environment for my study. They promised:
> "Don't worry, Whatever software CDs you want for your home installation,
> you can either borrow from us, or we can make a copy for you at
> a small charge." And when I inquired about references and they said
> they provide references to everyone who takes a course at Diginet.
> They made many more promiese at the time of my enrollment.
> However, when I need them to fulfill (Dui Xian) their promises,
> they always drag on and on and on ...
> Now I have difficulty to find a computer job, and try to find
> data entry or office admin work, and ask them to give me
> reference to support my job applycation. They never
> say NO. They always drag on and fool people and Fu Yan people.
> If it were simply a loss of thousands dollars, I may be able
> to put this worst experience behind and move on. My actual loss
> is far greater. My learning desire as well as my interest in
> computer was completely ruined by Diginet.
> My whole computer career direction is ruined by them,
> because if you ever tried hard on something and had
> very bad experience with it, you would not
> want to try again. It's like a nightmare if you try again.
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> Actually My housemate, a victim of diginet
> school cheater,
> tried to contact Better Business Bureau before,
> and he said Better Business Bureau is not
> really effective. It's a slow process.
> Bao Ling yi's bad experience with diginet school
> is a lesson to our new immigrants.
> Our new immigrants should do enough research
> before they commit to any services.
> Don't be fooled by cheaters or misled by large
> or false advertisements.
> --- ben cheng <benbcheng@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote:
> >There is a office called Better Business Bureau
> >which is in charge of the
> >service of all the business.
> >You can contact with this office.
> > >From: Lily Bao <lilybao@HOTMAIL.COM>
> > >Reply-To: Lily Bao <lilybao@HOTMAIL.COM>
> > >To: ACSSY@YORKU.CA
> > >Subject: Diginet - My worst exoperience in Canada
> > >Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2001 19:11:09 -0400
> > >
> > >Thanks for everyone who have responded
> > >to my message. Some responses came
> > >with a lot of encouragement and suggestions.
> > >I really appreciate it.
> > >
> > >Right now, I feel very frustrated, almost
> > >One friend advises me to go to University to learn.
> > >However, my interests in computer was ruined
> > >by diginet. I am not sure whether I can go
> > >through University program.
> > >
> > >Every time, I sits in front of computer trying to
> > >some coding, my struggle with catching up the Java
> > >class in Diginet always comes to my mind.
> > >I could not even concentrate. It seems my bad
> > >in diginet always haunt me.
> > >
> > >While I am looking for a data entry or office admin
> > >I tried to get diginet's refernece as they have
> > >I am very annoied that they never say no. Rather
> > >just fooled me.
> > >
> > >I don't know where I could get some help to file my
> > >or which office could help me. I like to get in
> > >with those who had similar bad experiences in
> > >If we are together, we could stand for fairness.
> > >
> > >>From: ryan ren <email@example.com>
> > >>To: lilybao@HOTMAIL.COM
> > >>Subject: Fwd: Diginet - My worst exoperience in
> > >>Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2001 14:47:13 -0700 (PDT)
> > >>
> > >>Hi, Bao
> > >>
> > >>I agree your view since I almost had the same
> > >>and experience of Visual Basic training in Diginet
> > >>years. After the course, I do not think I have
> > >>the core of VB and even try to find the job. That
> > >>why I choose to enroll computer science in U.
> > >>Moreover, I do not trust any more training school
> > >>their attractive promise on the advertisement, and
> > >>wast the money that is not easy to earn in Canada.
> > >>
> > >>My suggestion is that it is better to study in U.
> > >>college if someone does not have any back ground
> > >>foundation of computer science, and wants to
> > >>IT field for a long term. The real knowledge is
> > >>important here.
> > >>
> > >>By the way, I learned Bio-Chemistry in China too.
> > >>
> > >>Good luck,
> > >>
> > >>Ryan
> > >>
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