Samverly College Barber Hair

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404-522-4370

87 Peachtree St NE

Atlanta, GA

30303

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The Following is Public Record. Enter this School at Your own Risk!!!!!
BEVERLY PURDIE, owner/president
Samverly Barber and Hairstyling College Atlanta, Georgia
Beverly Purdie, president and owner of Samverly College, pled guilty to a one-count information charging her with SFA fraud in the Northern District of Georgia. Investigation determined that from June 1992 to April 1996, Purdie embezzled over $140,000 in ED funds from the Pell Grant program by drawing down Pell grants for students who had not completed the minimum number of hours or who had withdrawn from school. Beverly Purdie, along with her husband, owned and operated Samverly Barber and Hairstyling College in Greenville, Mississippi from 1979 to 1986. The school participated in the Pell Grant program from 1984 to 1986. In 1986, an ED/OIG audit cited the school for disbursing Pell funds to ineligible students. Subsequently, Beverly Purdie attempted to close out the school??s Pell account by providing the ED/OIG auditor with a check, which was subsequently rejected due to insufficient funds. Later that year, the school moved to Atlanta, Georgia. In 1991, Samverly College applied for and began partici-pating in the Pell Grant program again. In 1992, a program review once again revealed that disburse-ments were made on behalf of ineligible students. The school was cited again in 1995. In July 1996, ED/OIG agents executed a search warrant at Samverly College.

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The Following is Public Record. Enter this School at Your own Risk!!!!!
BEVERLY PURDIE, owner/president
Samverly Barber and Hairstyling College Atlanta, Georgia
Beverly Purdie, president and owner of Samverly College, pled guilty to a one-count information charging her with SFA fraud in the Northern District of Georgia. Investigation determined that from June 1992 to April 1996, Purdie embezzled over $140,000 in ED funds from the Pell Grant program by drawing down Pell grants for students who had not completed the minimum number of hours or who had withdrawn from school. Beverly Purdie, along with her husband, owned and operated Samverly Barber and Hairstyling College in Greenville, Mississippi from 1979 to 1986. The school participated in the Pell Grant program from 1984 to 1986. In 1986, an ED/OIG audit cited the school for disbursing Pell funds to ineligible students. Subsequently, Beverly Purdie attempted to close out the school??s Pell account by providing the ED/OIG auditor with a check, which was subsequently rejected due to insufficient funds. Later that year, the school moved to Atlanta, Georgia. In 1991, Samverly College applied for and began partici-pating in the Pell Grant program again. In 1992, a program review once again revealed that disburse-ments were made on behalf of ineligible students. The school was cited again in 1995. In July 1996, ED/OIG agents executed a search warrant at Samverly College.

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If you need any accommodations don't bother unless your ready to get the law involved! I called to get information on the school for my friend. As soon as I told her my friend is deaf she quickly recommended that she should not attend this school because she would not be able to teach her!!! HOW RUDE!!! Then said that she would not pay for an interpreter!! BY LAW if you someone is paying for a service you are required to accommodate or the state will help if you cant afford it. Just shows how ignorant people are when present with something they are not familiar with.

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If you need any accommodations don't bother unless your ready to get the law involved! I called to get information on the school for my friend. As soon as I told her my friend is deaf she quickly recommended that she should not attend this school because she would not be able to teach her!!! HOW RUDE!!! Then said that she would not pay for an interpreter!! BY LAW if you someone is paying for a service you are required to accommodate or the state will help if you cant afford it. Just shows how ignorant people are when present with something they are not familiar with.

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I've been a loyal customer of the school for many years and they
have always treated me with professionalism and quality care. The
students' work as though they have passion for their work and I recommend them to anyone who is looking for excellent hair service and not want to get broke in the process! Try them, you won't go wrong!- Miss Wanda Wyche (Marietta,Ga.)

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I've been a loyal customer of the school for many years and they
have always treated me with professionalism and quality care. The
students' work as though they have passion for their work and I recommend them to anyone who is looking for excellent hair service and not want to get broke in the process! Try them, you won't go wrong!- Miss Wanda Wyche (Marietta,Ga.)

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