The Pennsylvania attorney general is suing a recently closed computer training school in an effort to recover fees for former students, the Associated Press reports. Attorney General Tom Corbett said Thursday he was seeking restitution and a prohibition against ComputerTraining.com operating in Pennsylvania. It closed last month. The lawsuit says the company ran training and certification programs at facilities in Bensalem, King of Prussia, Lancaster and Pittsburgh. Those entities are also defendants. Corbett says the schools should have known they were taking money but probably weren’t going to be able to provide services. The company’s web site includes a message about being shut down and provides the phone numbers of educational regulators in various states. The phone number at its Hunt Valley, Md., headquarters played a recording but did not take messages…

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