Saturday, July 17, 2010

Our "Review" on "FakeDiplomaReviewSite.org"

So, like many of you, we like to "Google" ourselves from time to time and just recently we came across a "review" of our website on "FakeDiplomaReviewSite.org".

We honestly hate to even address websites like these because to those of us in this business they are just a complete joke, but since it is one of the first things that pops up when you Google "DiplomaXpress", we thought we should probably say something.

Many people searching for "fake diplomas" online come to realize pretty quickly that these "fake diploma review" websites seem pretty biased towards one company or another even though they do everything possible to seem like they are not. There is actually a good reason for this...

For those of you who haven't caught on to it yet - ALL OF THE "FAKE DIPLOMA REVIEW" WEBSITES ARE ACTUALLY OWNED BY OTHER "FAKE DIPLOMA" WEBSITES THEMSELVES.

Many of our competitors set up these bogus "fake diploma review" websites just to rank their own web site(s) the highest, and usually their biggest competitors the lowest.

FakeDiplomaReviewSite.org in this case is actually owned by "DiplomaReplication.AndMuchMore.com" - one of the TRULY biggest outright  "fake diploma" scams out there... and we are not just trying to bad mouth them, just because they have said bad things about us. I fully encourage all of you reading this to visit their site (which is actually just a free generic website service offered by "AndMuchMore.com"). If you do, you will come to realize pretty quickly what I am talking about. The last time I swung by for a visit, there was a picture of a guy standing in front of a huge CNC machine (a machine used by a machine shop to make metal parts... it looks absolutely nothing like a printer.) and a caption saying something like "here I am making the diplomas!".

... And of course another "fake diploma review" website that has decided to bestow a wonderful review upon us (I am being sarcastic...) is DiplomaOne.com.

Long story short - DiplomaOne.com actually sold "fake diplomas" themselves at one point, then all of the sudden switched itself over to a "fake diploma review" site one day. DiplomaOne.com is owned by ND-Center.com. To be completely honest, we wouldn't go as far to say that ND-Center.com is a "scam", but we certainly don't appreciate their marketing tactics.

Anyway... I hope this has been somewhat informative for you out there who might be searching for a reputable company to purchase a "novelty diploma" or "replica diploma" from.

Thanks for reading...

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