Fake Degree

IT IS THIS EASY TO BUY FAKE DEGREES IN MALAYSIA, S'PORE EMPLOYERS BEWARE!

Singaporeans and Singapore businesses please take note must be very careful of hiring Malaysians university degree holders as quite many FAKE degrees from them!! Only the best Malaysians' Chinese and very few of them are able to study in Malaysia, and many wealthy families sent their children overseas, so how other Malaysians poor no money afford to study universities?? Answer is to purchase FAKE degrees!!

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MALAYSIAN DRIVING LICENSE AND EDUCATION CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR SALE ONLINE?

I saw online this Malaysia Mei mei working in Singapore selling fake license and education certificates. She claims that these fake papers are so real that if you check the with the relevant authorities in Malaysia, the papers will be registered as genuine.

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PRC WEBSITES SELLING FAKE NUS, NTU, SMU & OTHER DEGREES TO FOREIGNERS

A prestigious education means a lot in Singapore, especially given the huge emphasis the Singapore system places on good grades and good schools. But what if you could buy a good degree from a renown Singapore education institution for as little as $4000?

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WITNESSES TO INDIA'S LARGEST FAKE MEDICAL DEGREE SCANDAL DIE MYSTERIOUSLY

The witnesses and criminals involved in India's largest corruption scandal ever have been dying mysteriously recently, leaving investigators baffled as clues and leads into a $1 billion dollar medical examination cheating scheme are being cut off with each passing death. In a plot reminisce of a dark crime novel, more than 20 witnesses and criminals have reportedly died from chest pains in prison, drowning in a village pond and a mysterious liver infection. On Saturday, a television reporter Akshay Singh died while investigating a suspect's death. He had sipped tea during an interview, but starting coughing and foaming at the mouth shortly after, He was rushed to hospital where doctors reportedly said he had died of a "heart attack".

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WHY NO PAP MP SPEAK UP AGAINST FAKE DEGREES?

In the article one could sense the frustration and exasperation of Phillip Ang, representing the unhappy voices of PMETs that were replaced by the degree mill foreigners. You could imagine him pulling at his hair in anger, that nothing seems to be done, no one seems to care or even want to talk about this sorry state of affair, less want to do anything about it.

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PRC WHO USED FAKE DEGREE TO APPLY FOR PR FLED, USES FAKE IDENTITIES TO RETURN

She fled the country after being charged in 2002 with using a fake degree to apply for permanent residency. But that did not stop Lin Lifen, 39, from repeatedly coming back to Singapore over the next 12 years using different identities. She is now appealing against a 16-week jail sentence for her offences.

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MINISTER LIM SWEE SAY'S DEFENDING FOREIGNERS WITH FAKE DEGREES IS ILLOGICAL

Lim Swee Say is talking nonsense. How are you going to authenticate an applicant’s skill through experience and salary? Would there be a test during the interview? Would you be able to verify his experience and salary earned? Are you to believe all that is written in his resume? Please re-issue your statement with better logic!!!

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S'POREAN: I WORKED SO HARD TO GET RECOGNISED DEGREE WHILE FT USE FAKE DEGREE

I did not study so hard to get a degree from an Accredited university for Singaporean employers to suddenly be allowed to consider applications of people with Mill degrees (as long as they have sufficient experience?!) Is this the civil service stand now? To even allow mill degrees to appear on our CVs? Isn't even applying with a mill degree a form of deceit in itself????

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TEO CHEE HEAN: NO NEED FOR CENTRAL SYSTEM TO DETECT FAKE DEGREES

In a Parliamentary response to Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Png Eng Huat’s question over whether the Singapore Government will consider setting up a centralized system to check foreign degrees for public service agencies, the Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean flatly shot down the idea. DPM Teo said he believes that the public service agency responsible for hiring a candidate with foreign qualifications, is already in the best position to decide his relevance and suitability for the job.

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