A Maryland computer training company abruptly shut down after it said its bank accounts were frozen, telling students to contact education officials in 14 states to seek refunds and prompting an investigation by the Pennsylvania attorney general's office, reports the Associated Press. ComputerTraining.edu said it shut down Dec. 24. The for-profit schools provided vocational training in Microsoft certification for students seeking jobs in the IT field. Spokesman Nils Frederiksen said the Pennsylvania attorney general's office is investigating the shutdown to see whether students did not receive a product they paid for. The Hunt Valley, Md.-based company said in a statement...
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