Guide to Bogus Institutions and Documents
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The Guide to Bogus Institutions and Documents identifies common types of fraud encountered in the admissions and registrar’s offices and presents suggestions for best practices in admissions and student record review processes. This book helps institutions with the development of proactive procedures and policies to minimize fraud and protect institutional reputation.
Guidelines are offered on topics such as: transcript fraud, accreditation mills, diploma mills, secondary school credential fraud, fraudulent evaluation services, digital document security, and bogus high schools.
This guide gives readers real-world examples of various types of fraud, best practices for admissions and student record review, and guidelines for developing procedures and policy. The 264-page book is a great read for anyone, but especially for those seeking to make informed decisions about the possibility of fraudulent, altered, or misleading documents. Read the introduction below to learn more.
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