Trump University offered a free seminar to attract potential clients, then tried to sign students to a $1,495 three-day-training course, according to documents released Tuesday.
After that, according to a flow chart released with the documents, the Trump University sales people were asked to convince students to sign up for elite levels of training, according to NBC 7 San Diego.
The students might pay up to $35,000 for one of the “Trump Elite Packages," according to the confidential documents.
Two class-action lawsuits against the now-closed Trump University are being heard in San Diego courtrooms; another lawsuit is based in a New York court. The San Diego cases include Cohen v. Trump, a nationwide class action lawsuit, and Makaeff v. Trump, a class action in California, Florida and New York.
The documents released Tuesday are associated with the Cohen v. Trump case.
Trump denies the allegations in the lawsuits. His attorney, Daniel Petrocelli, said, “the case is unwarranted; (Trump) will defend himself fully."