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Is National Society for Leadership and Success a scam?

Is National Society for Leadership and Success  a scam?

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I just got off academic probation and I received an exclusive invitation to join the Colorado State University - Fort Collins Chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success.  My gpa is currently 2.1 so I'm really wary of this offer, especially when they say things like "Your hard work and dedication to outstanding achievement provides you with this selective and distinguished opportunity".  WTF I have ZERO outstanding achievements and I COMPLETELY slacked of Fresh. and Soph. year putting in no effort until this year.

I'm going to guess that even if it is not a scam it's not worth the "processing fee" that they require because if someone w/ a 2.0 can get in then basically ANYBODY can get in...

 

 

Scam! Beware this group, they took my $85 fee and wouldnt refund me.

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