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From: Sharon Fleiner Smith Kindron <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 2:06 PM
Subject: Amended Complaint: American Century University (Alleged Diploma Mill, Internet
Fraud, and Mail Fraud)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Catherine.Schagh@ed.gov, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
I need to amend the complaint I sent dated Feb 15, 2009 regarding American Century
University (Alleged Diploma Mill, Internet Fraud, and Mail Fraud) and add the following:
I did some research on John F. Scheel, President of: The Accrediting Commission
International, that American Century University claims to be using as their reputable source
for accreditation. The Accrediting Commission International is not located in Alaska (AK) as
American Century University claims, rather, it is located in Beebe, Arkansas (AR). The 501
area code and pre-fix gave it away.
As of the census of 2000, there were 4,930 people, 1,930 households, and 1,397 families
residing in the city of Beebe, Arkansas. The city is only 4.3 square miles.
After some additional research, John F. Scheel not only holds himself out as the president of
the The Accrediting Commission International, but he also holds himself out as a Bishop and
Minister of Lighthouse Pentacostal Church, in Beebe, Arkansas; as well as the Administrator
of the Lighthouse Christian College and Seminary.
My question is this: How can he be legitimately wearing all of these hats and be
legal at the same time? It seems suspicious to me. This is another piece of
important information to know about, as it relates to American Century University
and ACU's claim of being legitimate, especially as it has to do with the Higher