therealdeal.com – In testimony unsealed on Tuesday, former employees of the defunct Trump University call the school a “financial scheme” that preyed on cash-strapped students.
Federal Judge Gonzalo Curiel ordered the release of the sealed documents on Friday, in response to a motion filed by the Washington Post. According to the testimony, employees were instructed to engage in questionable sales tactics, like encouraging prospective students to open as many credit cards as possible to pay for classes.
A former sales manager testified that he was criticized for not pressuring a financially struggling couple to sign up for a $35,000 real estate class, according to the New York Times.
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