ArmyStudyGuide.com, a QuinStreet site, is a lead generator for Fortis, Harris School of Business and other subprime colleges. Is there any American at QuinStreet who cares about this? What do you think the outcomes will be for those who get snagged... read more
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Looks like this report really hit the nail on the head. /
Looks like QuinStreet is also working with Monster on its fastweb.com--which leads into the subprime college vortex. I'm guessing there's at least one person at QuinStreet who is appalled by this. In the long run, QuinStreet's business practices... read more
How many other places is QuinStreet preying on service members and vets with third party websites? I imagine there must be at least one or two people at QuinStreet that think its wrong to be preying for the most vulnerable people who serve... read more
QuinStreet remains active in attracting the attention of military-connected students through Military.com. Military.com provides resources relating to help pursuing an education8 and how best to utilize GI Bill benefits.9 Military.com maintains the... read more
Check out the Chronicle of Higher Education's expose on Bridgepoint (Ashford University), a client of QNST. "This does not pass the smell test," said Carrie Wofford, president of Veterans Education Success. "How could a company that’s headquartered... read more
"From 2009 to 2015, $10 billion in G.I. Bill benefits went to for-profits. "One of the most upsetting stories in the film is that of Murray Hastie, an Iraq War veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder whose Google search led him to GIBill.com, a... read more
Who are QuinStreet's clients? Their most lucrative clients are predatory for-profit colleges. From the latest quarterly report: To date, we have generated a large portion of our revenue from our education client vertical, and nearly all of that... read more
I'm not the first person to ask. Why are there so many foreigners at QuinStreet? Can't Americans do the job? Or is that foreigners have fewer reservations about ripping off veterans and other vulnerable consumers? / read more
QuinStreet continues to rip off veterans. /