Well, this is not a joke. Please do not think that I am trying to waste your time, or rile people up for no reason. I know this is my first post, and believe me, it is hard to desribe the frustration and disbelief when they called me yesterday. It's also hard to describe the bitter feelings of failing with a 74 two times in a row. After that I studied my butt off and got an 84, but it took a lot of work.
I really should have asked more intelligent questions at that time like "Well, what exactly was the "error"", and "why did it take so long for you to let me know?". But all I did was make sure that they would at least reimburse me. I was trying not to yell at the representative, because I know it's not her fault that she had to tell me. In trying not to go off on an abusive tirade, I prettymuch just didn't have much to say. They said that they would send the check in the mail, and didn't ask for any personal information. I'll update if/when the check comes.
I tried calling the number again today. It was definitely from NASBA because I got the VM of a woman from NASBA who is on vacation now.
I just am trying to decide if it's worth the time to pursue something on this, or if I have got nothing on them, and should just let it go. But seriously, they wasted literally hundreds of hours of my life. I feel like I should bring it to AICPA so that they can print the story in a magazine or something, because people should know that they are doing this to us. So, if it has happened to anyone else, please let me know.