Sometimes you need to know some subtleties that will help you to distinguish the truth from the lies. 🙎🙍🙅
Here are some tips for identifying fake certificates and bogus websites.👇👍👌
1. Certificate design📇
Fraudsters often believe that an ornate, Gothic typeface denotes prestige and tradition, and many of the fake certificates use this technique.
In the real university world, this sort of typographical representation has become an obsolete concept.
2. Certificate language🆎
No university puts cod-medieval lingo on their degree certificates - if you come across it, be suspicious.
The use of Latin terminology on a degree certificate should also be a warning sign. Expressions such as 'cum laude' are popular with US universities, whereas UK higher education institutions (HEIs) use 'with honours'.
It has not been practice for UK providers to issue degree certificates in Latin for at least 10 years. Contemporary certificates are in English. Latin versions are occasionally issued as mementos, but are supplementary to the English version.
3. Certificate components 📑
If in doubt, check the insignia on the certificate with the university website. Always ask to see the original certificate, not a photocopy.
The only sure way of not being conned by a fake certificate, of course, is to check the authenticity of the certificate with the university that issued it.
4. University location 🏤
Fake university websites usually provide contact information, including a postal address. It's a feature that, if excluded, wouldn't go unnoticed.
Any doubts about the legitimacy of a dubious-looking university site can be allayed instantly by putting the postcode into StreetView.
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