Let’s Heist→ A Fake AH Crew Fanmix Collection by emeraldlight

seven mixes for six brothers and their crimes

1. Plead The Fifth - a mix for the crew
2. Let Your Demons Run - a mix for the boss
3. Workin’ For The Company - a mix for the driver
4. Sifting Through The Sand - a mix for the vagabond
5. I Double Dare You - a mix for the wildcard
6. I Shoot For Fun - a mix for the sniper
7. Causing Problems Makes You Famous - a mix for the troublemaker

LinkedIn Should Verify Your Profile

#LinkedIn Should Verify Your Profile #socialmedia

Unlike Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus, LinkedIn doesn’t provide a way to verify your profile.

If you are a high-profile person those social networks will put a little tick next to your name and photo so people know it’s really you.

Retweeting the wrong Barack Obama can be a bit embarrassing, but how about hiring someone who didn’t actually graduate from Harvard? (more…)

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Keeping It Real With Adeola - Eps 105 (Stella Oduah & Fake Degrees)

In episode 105 of Keeping it Real, Adeola reveals how the Aviation Minister Stella Oduah got busted for faking her masters degree. She also recounts other officials who have been busted in the past.

Adeola also shows you why it’s dangerous to compare your president with sweet potatoes, especially if you live in Zambia.


Dubious degrees must be investigated

Dubious degrees must be investigated

Over the years there have been numerous reports indicating that well-connected individuals have been given degrees from local universities despite not studying for them.

First Lady Grace Mugabe and Vice President Joice Mujuru get their PhD’s

So far, the most cited culprits are the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) and the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU). The awarding of fraudulent degrees takes various…

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Famous Cautionary Signs Allied with Degree Mills & Scam Colleges

Over the past few years, the number of diploma mills and college scams has increased remarkably. This attributes to the presence of prospective students hunting for degrees and courses that would enhance their economical security. In fact, the planet has more than 300+ scam schools with fake course works and illegal training programs. As you acquire a degree from these schools, you will not reach anywhere. Moreover, these degrees will force you to land up in obdurate debt. This is because degree mills offer courses with exorbitant bills.

A Stat in Rich White Countries

Few years ago, GED scores and high school diploma results were sufficient for a good vocation in rich-white countries. Sooner, individuals with high school qualifications found a path into construction sites, factories and steel mills. This is where high school graduates spend most of their lives. Consequently, loyal workers from the middle class would amuse over nominal comforts and simple lifestyles. So, what would happen when ambitious workers and their kids step into degree mills and scam colleges? If this is a question in your mind, consider yourself as lucky! The next few lines will help you crack through warning signs that are linked with scam colleges and degree mills.

Famous Diploma Mills

Degree mills are also known as diploma mills. By definition, these are non-accredited degree schools with mind boggling certificate programs and degrees. However, the non-accredited degrees will not comprise of sufficient academic standards. The diploma mill would portray a crafty admission process. To be more precise, the admissions will not require lots of academic work or efforts. The degree offered by these schools will not carry any reputation or value. This is a statement devoured by many professionals and academicians. Scam schools will ruin your educational qualification and career. Nevertheless, many people consider degree mills as a place where unfortunate people land in!

Seven Famous Red Flags

So, how will you figure out a school’s authenticity and genuine nature? Here are few important red flags, hosted by these scams :

1) The degree mills may have being sued by a federal institution.
2) The admission process will depend on the candidate’s experience and life-based qualities.
3) Degree mills will focus on money and more money.
4) The scam colleges will have degree programs that are shorter than conventional ones. Additionally, the degree program will require nominal credits for a pass grade.
5) Scam colleges and degree mills will not comprise of genuine contact details.
6) Moving on, the fake degrees will have faulty websites. These sites would be filled with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.
7) Finally, the scam colleges will have negative reviews and poor reviews in the internet. This is a powerful red flag hosted against many degree mills.

Ultimate Bottom Line

As you come across such red flags, try to devour extra care and concern. Do some research and figure out if the school is truly a scam or not! To be more precise, earnest research will help you verify if the degree mill is worthy or not!

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New Post has been published on http://www.therakyatpost.com/world/2014/07/09/indian-state-sacks-hundreds-teachers-fake-degrees/

Indian state sacks hundreds of teachers over fake degrees

PATNA, July 9:

India’s Bihar state has sacked 1,100 school teachers in the last five years for faking their own education qualifications, an official said.

Bihar’s government has launched an investigation into the eastern state’s primary and secondary teachers to check the authenticity of their degrees, the official said.

“We have removed about 1,100 school teachers in last five years in the state for using forged degrees to get jobs,” said senior state education official R.S. Singh.

“Our investigation is on to verify degrees of more school teachers. It is a continuous process after recruitment of teachers,” R.S. Singh said.

The sackings underscore the immense problems facing the school system in India where teachers are underpaid and overworked, and tens of millions of children struggle to receive an adequate education.

The investigation was launched in the wake of a massive recruitment drive by the government in Bihar, one of India’s most impoverished and underdeveloped states, that started in 2006 in a bid to improve its schools.

The recruitment drive saw almost 250,000 people given teaching, assistant teaching and other jobs, but ultimately led to complaints about incompetence, officials said.

Several officials said recruited teachers were required to have a graduate degree, but verification of their certificates only started after their appointment.

Bihar’s Education Minister Brishen Patel said the verification process has now been stepped up.

“I have already directed concerned officials to speed up to verify degrees of all 250,000 contractual school teachers,” said Patel.

R.S. Singh said his education department has filed complaints with police against some of those teachers sacked, along with village council heads who had originally helped with the recruitment process.

Bihar, with a population of almost 100 million, has some of the poorest literacy rates in India.

Last year 23 children died after eating a free lunch contaminated with pesticide at an impoverished village school in the state.

Standards of education in rural India have declined almost every year since 2009 despite huge government investment, a survey by Indian education research group Pratham has found.

A diploma mill may derail your dreams

A diploma mill may derail your dreams

Many people are unemployed or underemployed and they seek additional education to improve their employment chances. Not all education opportunities will benefit one’s future and diploma mills may derail your future prospects. Scott Mc Lemee wrote in the Inside Higher Education article, A Degree of Fraud:

It’s surprising how many house pets hold advanced degrees. Last year, a dog received his…

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Make sure your GED is the real deal, take it in person.

The GED (Graduate Equivalency Diploma) offers a second chance to those who lack a formal high school degree. But for high school diploma mills, offering a fake GED online is just another way to scam students.

diploma mill is a online high school or university that sells worthless degrees. While it can be tricky identifying these fake schools, it isn’t impossible (check out the Top 10 Signs of a Diploma Mill).  Once you know a few key facts, you can easily determine if that online GED program you’ve been exploring is real or a dangerous scam.
Read on for tips on how to make sure you’re not getting a fake GED online.

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Doctor Damages Episode 120 (Of Fake Degrees & Other Viral Viruses)

As a private investigator trails Dr. Damages questioning his credentials, the good doctor turns bad. He scrambles to cover up what we suspect is a certificate forgery scandal.

In-between shredding papers and deleting degrees on online profiles, Dr. Damages confesses to the ambiguity surrounding his Masters in Public Health(MPH) degree. In an interview with CNN, retired NBA star Denis Rodman catches the same virus that Nigeria’s finance minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala exhibited in her appearance before the Finance Committee of the House of Representatives.


Indiana University’s choice of new swim coach with fake diploma mill degree raises concerns, questions

We are not talking about Johansen patronizing one of those cheesy websites that sell novelty Ivy League diplomas with your pet’s name emblazoned on it at $50 a pop.  Using cheap fake degrees to shore up resumes has become commonplace. After buying my pug dog an MBA online with honors in finance for $499, I did a search of LinkedIn and located almost 500 other professionals who boast diplomas from Rochville University, including college instructors, politicians, engineers and nuclear scientists. Rochville University is one of 20 or so fake colleges and high schools operated by Pakistani business man Salem Kureshi. Early this year, a Michigan court found Kureshi’s chain of online schools guilty of mass fraud and in violation of Rico laws. The court slapped a $22.7 million dollar fine on the degree mill conglomerate and issued a court order for Belford, a sister university and high school, to cease operations. Degree mills ought not to be taken lightly, especially by those institutions that are in the business of providing real educations and safeguarding academic integrity. Rochville’s other famous alumni: include William Drumheller, a Virginia preacher who murdered members of his flock after using a master’s in divinity earned at Rochville to get his job and gain the trust of an unsuspecting congregation. The preacher was also convicted of running a Medicare scam.

After the news hit the web about my dog and his online degree in 2009, both I and my dog received death threats. The Diploma Mill Police, the section of our site dedicated to consumer alerts on educational scams, is constantly under attack by degree mills. (And if you think I took those death threats to me or my dog lightly, let me assure you I did not.) Selling fraudulent degrees has become a fast way for felons and terrorists to acquire millions in ready capital.  In fact, the worst mass murderer in history, Anders Behring Breivik, who assassinated 77 young campers in Norway, funded his killing spree by operating a fake college credentials business online. I do not think Indiana University can justify turning a blind eye to a global epidemic of fraud and corruption in an area that is the very bedrock of their publicly-funded mission.