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Comment on List of Publishers by It Could Happen to a Dean: Open Access and...

[...] at the University of California has a very active blog discussing the issue. The blog provides a list of questionable journals and so I did a little [...]

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Comment on Two Print Journals Completely Hijacked by Online Hoodlums by...

has your paper been published in Archives des Sciences or the website is really fake? I am asking because my two papers have also been accepted by the journal and they are asking me for the publication...

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Comment on Two Print Journals Completely Hijacked by Online Hoodlums by...

Your post has saved me from the fraudulent website otherwise I might have lost a lot of money. Thank you very much. Can you please tell me how to contact the original journal of Archives Des Sciences.

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Comment on One of the World’s Most Prolific Scholars: Syed Tauseef Mohyud-Din...

There are number of other Editors/EiC of the same journal and may be the article could be handled by some body else. Moreover, no individual can decide the quality of the paper.

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Comment on Journal Indexing: What it is, and What it’s Not by naser

Jeff Check this out. I think this is really scam one. I hope this is not a repeat one. They have recently sent spam email and claim they are us based. http://www.journals.sciencerecord.com/

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Comment on Research by sivaforums

How about this article about Bentham Online Publishing where you worked.http://www.dailypaul.com/96081/bentham-publishing-exposed-for-the-frauds-they-are

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Comment on Journal Indexing: What it is, and What it’s Not by Jeffrey Beall

I agree — this publisher is included on my list. Thanks.

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Comment on Open Access Alcohol by Digest tardivo » Ocasapiens - Blog -...

[...] keeps an online list of these dodgy outfits. (The latest publisher added to his list just launched 141 new medical journals.) “Anybody can set up a publishing company in a matter of hours,” Beall...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Jeffrey Beall

Yikmis, There is nothing wrong with Wiley’s manuscript transfer program. I know of at least one other OA publisher that has a similar program. For article submissions that get rejected from journals...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Yikmi Smeral

Earlier when these high impact journals reject, the articles were going to PloS One. After the success of PloS One, all the big publishers start this manuscript transfer program. I see that Manuscript...

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Comment on Open Access Alcohol by APF Turner

You might like to check “OMICS Group” which has also recently launched 200 Open Access Journals and appears to be in a similar category

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Comment on Open Access Alcohol by Jeffrey Beall

Yes, thanks, that publisher is already on my list.

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by diehappy07

Following comment was posted in another blog post, but there were no replies so I am posting it again here. “If a new publishers starts new journals, then how is the publisher supposed to advertise...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Jeffrey Beall

Spamming is illegal in many countries and violates the terms of use of many Internet service providers. I think a good way to promote a new journal is through exhibits and presentations at scholarly...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Jeffrey Beall

You could have withdrawn your article after it was first rejected. Of course the publishers are going to try to compete with other publishers.

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Lost in Translation

One think lost in the comments above is the $400 handling fee. I don’t know of any reputable journals that charge such a fee. Now, if that is the wave of the future, then I stand back and laissez le...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Jeffrey Beall

Roddy, thank you for the constructive criticism. I take your point. Here are the reasons I added Wyno Academic Journals to my list: 1. The publisher is contradictory about licensing. On the one hand it...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Sandy De Groote

Jeffrey Beall says spamming is illegal in many countries which is true. In his earlier blogs, he was commenting on Hindawi for spamming. Why he has not included Hindawi in his new list? What is...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Nils

I agree with Jeffrey Beall’s reply. In addition, I believe that there are already so many journals (at least in my area of expertise) that one should have very good reasons to create a new one. A good...

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Comment on Scholarly Journals for Winos by Roddy MacLeod

Thankyou for the response to my Comment, Jeffrey. You may find http://www.sciencemag.org/content/338/6110/1018.summary of interest (I don’t have a sub to the full text)

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