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    Default Certification cheaters

    This is the kind of thing that reaaaaally gets up my nose!!

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    This company will do the test for a canditate in their name, charge them $2000 and have the actual cert sent to you...

    This is exactly what degrades the whole certification industry and our own hard earned certs, does Microsoft or Cisco etc have any quality control measures against this?

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    @$$holes. i hope they burn.
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    this is just pitiful, why even want the cert if your going to pay someone to do
    it for you everyone knows that earning something is better than taking it


    this must happen at non-controlled test centers, everytime i take a test they always ask for picture id
    Become the stainless steel sharp knife in a drawer full of rusty spoons
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    I still don't see the point of having a cert you learned nothing from?]

    I mean, what if I got an ASE mechanical certification like that, and then showed up and didn't know how to use a wrench?

    You'd think they'd catch on very quickly....
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    Ha, I notice they don't have CISSP listed.
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    This crap won't last long.
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    its a con.

    only accepts wire transfers and western union.

    complete con.

    and i don't need security plus to see it
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    that is retarded. that kind of stuff really gets to me i cant believe anyone would pay for that crap. that misses the whole point of certifications.
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    I hope it is a con. If people try to cheat they will get robbed -
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    Wow! I didn't think you could get lower than a cheat, but with that, you don't even need to learn the brain dumps!!!

    You have an MCSE/CCNA/etc and not even know what the initials stand for!!!!!

    Agree with strauchr, anyone signing up for that deserves to be robbed.
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    1. Most of these sites are indeed cons.

    2. Pearson VUE (dunno about Prometric...) is fully aware of these socalled 'gunman test' sites and are constantly monitoring test centers abroad for suspicious activity. Such activity includes persons passing exams at a test center thousands of miles from where they live.

    3. Posting an URL in these forums is interpreted by google as a link from techexams.net to xxxxxxx, which gives them a bump in search results. Even the negative 'publicity' is an ad for such sites, so please do not post an url or name of such sites.
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    If that was true, i'm sure the end user would be quite concerned if a 'MCSE' turned up and could not even turn the PC on....
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    A WISE MAN said :
    "NO PAIN NO GAIN - EASY COME EASY GO"

    cheers...
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