Discussion in 'Accreditation Discussions (RA, DETC, state approva' started by Disciple, Jan 7, 2004.
Look at this:
See the Belford thread for additional information on this scam.
Wow, your doctorate only takes days to get there... and free shipping too!! for only $549 ...step right up folks, for one thin dime, one tenth of a dollar, come see the yak woman scream...
Judging from what I saw on that site, it looks as though my bulldog would qualify for a degree. Hmmm...for only $249, he could be a High School Graduate in just 10 days.
How do they get away with something this obvious GRRR
Ms, I'm sure the operators think it's hilarious... look at the return on investment!! What a racket!! no wonder there are so many "buy a degree" outfits... it would tempt the righteous. Just say it's a novelty product or for fun and you are in the printed products business... And there are a ton of people out there looking for gratification and validation but just don't want to bother with courses and tests, and the expense and the time... but with all this great rationalization helping them along, who cares? just short-circuit the whole process and go right to the paper...!! I'm sure the buyers of these things have been to a few goat ropings, they're always right and know pretty much everything there is to know, they've lived and learned, and they pump their own gas... I ask you... who deserves it more???
My guess is that they are targeting the European and Asian markets. Since most European and Asian students know little about accreditation, it's obvious that there's money to be made on these unsuspecting students.
If someone in North America purchases one of these degrees, they're in for a nasty surprise.
Accredited or not.... they are not even given out books, assignments or tests of any kind.
Hey we all like to get sugar goodies for free, but the knowledge and power of the mind is different, you have to learn it and earn it in some way. You drive a gaol to succeed Will Carry you to th right fdirecdtiojn
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This is the first one I've seen that actually has the words "degree mill" in their name, wow.
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