We provide you with legal and accredited degrees in countries from the Middle East.
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
There is no absolute answer to this question, as every situation is unique. Sometimes people get caught through a fault of their own, while sometimes it happens that the company which employs or employed them decides invest time and effort into verifying the resumes of its workers. Usually, the risk of getting caught is higher with western countries than it is with eastern ones and it is direct proportional to how essential the job is within an organization. If you’re a looking to enter an apprenticeship in an Indian law firm, the chances of you getting caught are significantly lower than when you’re applying for a job within the American FBI or Homeland Security. In case you’re wondering, directors of American security agencies have been caught using fake degrees –obviously it worked for them… for a while.
The same goes with high-school degrees that are employed when applying for reputable Universities. With a fake degree, you should use caution and apply to lesser-known institutions in order to avoid getting caught. Obviously, there are a number of ways in which an organization can verify your educational background. For example, U.S. authorities have provided employers with a website where they can instantly check if an educational institution is real or not. In other regions managers collaborate with governmental institutions assigned with the responsibility of accreditation in order to confirm the existence of a college or University. Still, the easiest method of verification is by employing a third party – a business especially founded forthe purpose of checking people’s educational history. There are some unfortunate cases in which individuals don’t even pass the admissions officer. This usually happens because there are a lot of diploma mill businesses on the internet selling low-standard counterfeit degrees. Either because of the printing standard, the lack of authentic looking seals or the fake educational institutions used, people using degrees from diploma mills areoften caught earlier than later.
Applying for a blue-collar job that involves primarily manual labour, such as manufacturing, construction work or mechanical and technical maintenance is definitely safer than any white-collar managerial position. This means that the chances of you getting caught with using a fake degree are very small because the main factor in this industry is experience. If you prove your experience to your employer, then nobody’s going to waste time, money and effort in checking your educational history. It’s simply not worth it, as you can provide them with profit by doing manual labour simply because you are good at performing certain tasks.
Nonetheless, if you’re looking for a promotion or the industry your career is headed towards involves office-work and managing groups of people, it is a safe-bet that your credentials will require confirmation. The more money you’re looking at the end of the day, the more chances that one person or another won’t take you at face value and your reputation might be affected irreversibly. The safest way to ensure that you don’t get caught when using a fake degree is by making sure that all of your diplomas and certificates are accredited. Accredited diploma services are slightly more expensive and harder to find than your average diploma mill, but the investment definitely pays off in the long run, both literally because of a higher salary and because you won’t have to worry about being caught.