A Matter Of Opinion

Spokane Diploma Mill's List of Bogus Schools

Our edit today called on both government and private employers to be vigilant in checking whether employees received degrees from bogus universities. Dixie Ellen Randock, 58, of Spokane, was sentenced last week for selling more than 16,000 fraudulent high school and college degrees around the world. She also sold counterfeit degrees and transcripts from legitimate universities. Randock is a high school dropout.

We have a list of more than 100 of the fake institutions. It's quite extensive and I will be adding to the list as time permits today, tomorrow and into next week. This might help employers out there who want to doublecheck some resumes.
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