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Comment on IDOSI Journals No Longer to be Indexed in Scopus by Le Shp

You made many attacks against MDPI. This is unfair. I have published some papers in MDPI and I received very good comments and a real review from the reviewers. MDPI has real review. Why do you attack...

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Comment on Appeals by Said Bin M S

Dear, Sir Few days back I saw ‘Science Publishing Group’ in your, but no longer exist! Why you decided to remove it?

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Comment on IDOSI Journals No Longer to be Indexed in Scopus by Manuel Montenegro

I just entered Scopus and found that IDOSI journals are still there. I browsed “Global Veterinaria” and searched for specific articles of the journal and, both ways, could find their articles indexed...

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Comment on Research by Zaki Shakir Seddigi

Dear Jeffrey Beall, I would request you to kindly consider IOSR JOURNALS http://www.iosrjournals.org and check whether it is a predatory Publisher or not. They mention high Impact factor of their...

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Comment on IDOSI Journals No Longer to be Indexed in Scopus by Joro Paveto

To mix together MDPI and SCIRP is not even funny. While some journals of MDPI are well respected (I think that Mr Beal never claimed that ALL journals of MDPI are bad), SCIRP is the king of predatory...

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Comment on IDOSI Journals No Longer to be Indexed in Scopus by Joro Paveto

Otherwise it will be a very bad practice to remove allready indexed content trying to hide the error of Scopus (to accept the journals) and it will be punishment not to the publisher but to the...

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Ligia Cota Vieira

If there are that many people out there that came to academia to get rich, they are up for a very rude awakening. I don’t think the issue with LAP is not that it doesn’t pay you… None of the other...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by pr singh

our journals was indexed by chemical abstract,index corpenicus, why you say like that kindly clarify

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Comment on Appeals by LAOcampo

Science Publishing Group is still on the list.

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Comment on New Low-Quality OA Publisher: Imprints Open Access by David Sullivan

The phone number traces to Chicago. 642 W Henderson St Chicago, IL 60657, perhaps?

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Niloofar

Dear Mr. Beal, Thank gou very much for providing us with useful information. The problem is that I needed a journal which gives quick response and I could not wait for a long time. I sent my paper to...

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Kathleen Wynd

Reblogged this on <a href="http://bibliowynd.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/list-of-predatory-publishers-2014/" rel="nofollow">Ressources électroniques des bibliothèques de l'UQAM</a> and...

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Comment on Criteria for Determining Predatory Open-Access Publishers (2nd...

The Journal of Current Trends in Big Data Analyticshttp://jctbda.ijkie.org/index.html and The International Journal of Knowledge, Innovation and Entreprenurship http://www.ijkie.org/ meet the criteria...

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Comment on Appeals by checking

Dear Jeffrey, what about “Research Journal of Recent Sciences”. the journal must be in this list because the quality of their papers are so worst and they will accept all the papers just for getting...

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Comment on New Low-Quality OA Publisher: Imprints Open Access by alison chan

To Email Us contact@imrintsonline.orgcontact@imrintsgroup.comfeedback@imrintsonline.org Wow, they can’t even spell their own name right.

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Comment on List of Predatory Publishers 2014 by Jeffrey Beall

I don’t know which are the most and least respected journals in fields outside my own. Quick acceptance and high quality usually don’t go together in scholarly publishing.

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Comment on Research by Jeffrey Beall

I have this publisher listed under its full name: International Organization of Scientific Research.

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Comment on New Low-Quality OA Publisher: Imprints Open Access by Jeffrey Beall

Good catch! I totally missed that. Thank you.

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Comment on New Low-Quality OA Publisher: Imprints Open Access by bill

Not uncommon, though. I notice that IJEIT’s editor-in-chief seems to have problems spelling his address:http://www.ijeit.com/page.php?link_id=3

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

Well, this journal is published by the <strong>International Science Congress Association</strong>. I do have this publisher on my list. This journal is not recommended.

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