So perhaps this minimal level of due diligence should be performed before we declare it to be a fraud next time? The first was so easily explainable (that the school's HQ is in SA) that I'm a bit confused as to how you could possibly try to write it off as a trivial detail. The second, while certainly an opinion to which you are entitled, basically leaves no room for any school to ever become RA. It seems these days we have two extremes; we have accreditation doesn't matter at all versus accreditation is the only thing that matters. But now we're also starting to see non-academic training making a resurgence in terms of employer acceptance. So, perhaps, we can find a happy place somewhere in the middle.