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    Byran Lee is offline member
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    Talking University of San Moritz

    This man completed his Ph.D in 1 yr, from the University of San Moritz.
    http://www.mebcs.com/mebcs/mebrown.html

    ...another time bomb ready to go

    shameful, shameful, sigh


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    Even his Bachelor's degree is from an unaccredited school, albeit not even in the same ballpark as San Moritz. This putz can't even spell the name of his "alma mater" correctly. I can't even feel sorry for someone like that.

    Awhile back I posted links in a.e.d. of various misguided people who listed Columbia State in their resumes, and the numbers were depressing. There was even a for-hire "expert witness" who had the chutzpah to list Columbia State for 2 out of his 3 degrees.

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    I wanted to see if it was still that easy, this time I used the equally fake University of Palmers Green....judge for yourself.
    http://www.scilimited.com/resume.htm
    http://www.btus-holdings.com/news07.htm
    http://www.osp.state.or.us/oem/Profe...0gleichman.htm
    http://www.vvflg.com/teamstart.html (Achaessa James)
    http://www.4bilingual.com/resumes/3095.htm
    http://www.bakido.com/founder/
    http://www.aragonfinancial.com/Home/...p/Reps_OH.html

    There was more, but you get the picture. Finding all these took about 5 minutes.


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    B.A. (Criminal Justice) Curry College
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    From a bachelor's degree to a Ph.D. in two years? Quite an accomplishment!

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    Especially intriguing --

    Bill Smart, in his resume at http://www.scilimited.com/resume.htm
    says he is "An active consultant on fraud detection to both domestic and international banks..."

    And his business, Smart Consulting International Limited (SCi) is an Offshore Corporation registered in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

    Lovely.

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    Originally posted by Kristin Evenson Hirst:
    Especially intriguing --

    Bill Smart, in his resume at http://www.scilimited.com/resume.htm
    says he is "An active consultant on fraud detection to both domestic and international banks..."

    And his business, Smart Consulting International Limited (SCi) is an Offshore Corporation registered in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

    Lovely.

    It makes sense though, in a way.

    Who is better acquainted with the dangers of fraud detection than a consultant with with a degree from Palmer's Green?

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    Originally posted by BillDayson:
    It makes sense though, in a way.

    Who is better acquainted with the dangers of fraud detection than a consultant with with a degree from Palmer's Green?
    True. Many security consultants are reformed burglars.


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    Originally posted by Bruce:
    I wanted to see if it was still that easy, this time I used the equally fake University of Palmers Green....judge for yourself.
    http://www.scilimited.com/resume.htm
    http://www.btus-holdings.com/news07.htm
    http://www.osp.state.or.us/oem/Professional%20Development/resume/howard%20m.%20gle ichman.htm
    Bruce
    The one I particularly liked is the one on the State of Oregon's Emergency Management website. Given what we know about Oregon's thoughts on degree mills, well...


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    Here's someone claiming a "Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of San Moritz in London England":
    http://www.mediate.com/glazermediation/pg2.cfm

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    questionable credentials

    Just adding to the conversation, I came across this 'professional' using his questionable credentials to his advantage:

    Radwan Chowdhury | LinkedIn

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    questionable credentials

    And yet another...

    Robin Treen | LinkedIn


    shameful...

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