New Year, New Scams?
When I attended HOPCC's idea of "Bible college," they charged $300 per semester for a couple attending classes. This was well before HOPCC was awarded eligibility for the GI Bill program, and felt the liberty to inflate its costs to charge as much as an accredited university in tuition rates.
After the FBI raids of the Tacoma, Killeen, Fayetteville, Augusta, and Hinesville facilities, HOPCC subsequently lost its GI Bill eligibility completely. Their scams made national news and were discussed in the halls of Congress! This caused HOPCC Bible college to temporarily close its doors to "revamp" its program.
We have recently learned that the doors of HOPCC Bible college are open once again and had its orientation for the start of the new year. Will they return to their former "pre-GI Bill" prices? Will they be honest with everyone including the veterans about their loss of GI Bill status? Or will the inflated prices resume, leaving veterans to foot the bill out of pocket? Will members question the recent events? We could hope that they would change for the better, but the key here is that if they are not honest about everything that has taken place, they show no remorse for how they have scammed their own members, then we should ultimately be waiting for what scam they have cooked up next.
We can only wonder what lies and scams are now being served up in this year's school agenda. Seriously folks, if you are a veteran and have a spouse inside HOPCC, please be aware and vigilant. If you have any concerns, we would like to help in any way we can. Please reach out to us.