This is about what is known as the "diploma mill scam." We've discovered that views about them actually do vary widely, but after all, why would these particular people, below, whose phone number never changes, be repeatedly spamming us? And yet, there are those who seem to think that certain diploma mills do have a certain amount of merit, for one reason or another. For now, we will call this illegal activity. The American government has no legislation against diploma mills, and neither do some of the 50 U.S. States. As a result, scammers take advantage of this to collect hundreds of dollars in exchange for an official looking document that buyers later discover is essentially worthless. To find out more about diploma mill scams, see this page, where there are a few more links available for your perusal. Below is an example of spam advertising for such a document, spam which we did not ask for.
Finding a job isn't a problem when you have a diploma. Call us now:
Inside U.S.A.: 1-845-709-8044
Outside U.S.A.: +1-845-709-8044
Leave your name and phone # (including your country code), they will call you back promptly. all countries
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