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Comment on Icelandic Journal Latest Victim of Journal Hijacking by Terry...

The first imposter site says “the journal now expands the coverage area to all aspects of the life sciences including human sciences and technologies” and says the subtitle is “The Iceland Journal of...

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Comment on KY Publications — A Slimy New OA Publisher from India by Bidesh...

Shame! Shame!

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Comment on KY Publications — A Slimy New OA Publisher from India by Bidesh...

I found 5 ‘research’ articles there by a single author, SHEME MARY P U, in a single issue (Vol.1 No2).

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Comment on Look out for Bogus Impact Factor Companies by The problem with...

[…] Jeffrey Beall has written a blog post about these organisations. […]

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by Interesting Podcast with Jeffrey Beall |

[…] of Colorado, Denver — who maintains a celebrated scholarly publishing “hall of shame,” the list of predatory open access publishers and journals and blogs regularly at scholarlyoa.com — about the...

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

It has a very spare website that provides very little information to authors and readers about the publication and needed policies. For example, it provides no information on its digital preservation...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by leo

Dr Beall: Do you have information abou this review?: Modern Economy: > Tel: 001(209)730-6998 > Skype: scirp_service > E-mail: me@scirp.org Guest Editor: Prof. Hesuan Hu, New Jersey Institute...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Jeffrey Beall

“SCIRP” means Scientific Research Publishing. I recommend against submitting manuscripts to any of their journals.

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Comment on Appeals by Kenny

Thank you very much for your informative response. What should I do with my paperpublished in that journal then? Anysuggestions? How about Journal of Language Teaching and...

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

Academy Publisher is not on my list, but I personally would not publish in any of their journals.

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Neha

I am saying about Indian Journal of Science & Technology(INDJST) Editor : Prof. Natarajan Gajendran Ph.D Print ISSN : 0974-6846 Online ISSN : 0974-5645 Frequency : Monthly IC Value : 5.02 url:...

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Comment on Appeals by Bidesh Chakraborty

I checked the site and it is awful. Just made for making quick money. How can they include hundreds of articles in a single issue? These shameless people from India are tarnishing the academic image of...

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Comment on Beall’s List of Predatory Publishers 2013 by Jeffrey Beall

In researching the answer to your question, I discovered that this journal is indeed on my standalone journal list, but it is one in a fleet of journals published by the Indian Society for Education...

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Comment on LIST OF PUBLISHERS by Revues en libre accès ou revues prédatrices...

[…] Donc avant de soumettre un article dans une revue, allez jeter un œil sur cette liste de revues prédatrices. […]

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Comment on Fake Female Names Embellish Predatory Publishers’ Spam Emails by...

A fake Journal IJSER ( International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (ISSN 2229-5518) is also doing same thing for attracting the authors and earning money by fooling new researcher….

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Comment on About the Author by From the Scholarly Kitchen an interview of...

[…] Scholarly Kitchen has a podcast of its interview with University of Colorado librarian, Jeffrey Beall, on predatory open access […]

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Comment on Predatory Publishers are Abusing the ISO Logo by chris

I know of a company that puts the iso logo on all the products they product and they are not certified. What can you do about this?

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Comment on Predatory Publishers are Abusing the ISO Logo by Jeffrey Beall

Probably not much. You can report it to ISO. The organization does not allow its logos to be used by others, especially by predatory publishers.

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Comment on Research by David

Dear Dr. Jeffrey, Once again, could you confirm whether Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences is legitimate? It is indexed in Thompson and Scopus, published by...

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Comment on A Publisher with no Website: Science and Engineering Publishing...

This is a company which make bounge of money by fooling innnocent authors with highly pblishing fees around 400-500 dollars.

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