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Children’s Club Fargo has $1.4M in debt to banks

Fargo, ND—Fargo Children’s Clubs (FCFC) announced on Wednesday that it has $2.3 million in student loan debt, a large amount that will likely be discharged in early 2019.

The FCFC has been struggling to meet its obligations to students since it filed for bankruptcy in 2017.

It owes more than $2 million in back-end tuition.

FCFC also has $500,000 in delinquent student loans.

FCFOC was founded in 1882 by the families of William and Ellen Daugherty.

FCFL students have been the target of a number of high-profile cases that have led to financial harm to the children, many of whom have had to drop out of high school or take time off from school to pursue careers in the financial industry.

FCFOB filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September 2017.

FCFB students, who can choose to remain in the school system, have been a target of lawsuits from the United States Department of Education and the United Nations, and in 2018 the Department of Justice issued a letter ordering FCFC to repay its loans to students.

FCFA announced on March 14 that it would repay $1 million in loans that it owes to the United Student Aid Association, a nonprofit student aid agency that has been at the center of a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by the Education Department.

FCFEA’s students also owe a federal debt collection agency, United Student Loan Association, $1,000.

FCFSU is a private school with a student body of about 500 students, according to the school’s website.

FCFFE has more than 100,000 alumni and students, the school says.

The school is owned by the Daugbhertys.