Diploma Scam

Discussion in 'Education scams' started by melonca, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. basenji

    basenji Administrator Staff Member

    @Kill spammerz/Don't help the spammers

    You seem well informed. Why are you so interested in spoofed/forged email addresses?
  2. 845-709-8044

    845-709-8044 Guest


    845-709-8044 go onto crtaigslist and post something for free with that number as a contact number.
  3. The Doctor

    The Doctor Administrator Staff Member

    What is that for?
  4. bigmama

    bigmama Ninja

    Lou Shea

    Received: from [], Korea, Republic of Seoul, Korea Network Information Center (KRNIC), [abuse@kornet.net]
    from: Lou Shea <25a5758@factory-outlet-center.biz>
    reply-to: <25a5758@factory-outlet-center.biz>
    date: Sun, Sep 16, 2012
    subject: Earn more money. business home internet marketing work

    We provide a concept that will allow anyone with sufficient work experience to obtain a fully verifiable Unviersity Dgeree. Doctoarte, Matsers or Doctoarte.

    Diploma from prestigious non-accredited universities based on your present knowledge & professional experience.

    Earn as deserved. No Examination!. Ticket to Success.

    Many people share the same frustration, they are doing the work of the person that has the degree and the person that has the degree is getting all the money. Do not you think that it is time you were paid fair compensation for the level of work you are already doing?

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    Please leave us your:
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    2) Your Country
    3) Phone No. with countrycode if outside USA

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  5. mister7cents

    mister7cents New Member

    is www.univrsitydegree.education is a scam ?
  6. Top Gun

    Top Gun Ninja

    Let's see now:

    .education is about as free and unregulated as a top-level domain can possibly get. It may sound impressive and reliable but I haven't seen anything on .education yet that is convincing.

    Domains by Proxy, well, excuse me, but that's just plain silly. If you're a serious player in the field of higher education, then you don't need to, and shouldn't register your website anonymously.

    And the registrant's address is the address of an Arizona post office in Scottsdale, I believe, on 14555 North Hayden Road. About ten years ago, the UPS store on 15111 North Hayden Road used to house an impressive number of less-than-wonderful universities.

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