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Comment on David Publishing: Flipping Its Model by reka

Hi, Thank you for the article, it was very useful. I thought I’ll answer their e-mail, to express my thoughts on their hilarious policy. Guees what… I got an answer from some Emma (? no family name…)...

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Comment on Publisher of Two Journals Sells “Best Paper” Awards by Suzena Marrela

Dear Beall, I think you forgot to mention that http://www.ijobio.com/ is also index at your site as the last logo on right side named “individual journals” redirects to your site…………… :0) LOLZ. What a...

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Comment on Publisher of Two Journals Sells “Best Paper” Awards by Jeffrey Beall

Suzena, Thanks for pointing that out! I did not realize that. Hilarious! There is a link to my site from this journal’s “Indexed in” list. –Jeffrey

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Comment on Publisher of Two Journals Sells “Best Paper” Awards by Lisa Di...

The contact address for Maria Publications is 1241 Hamilton Street Eatonia, SK. So it’s Saskatchewan, not Hamilton, Ontario.

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

Any of you have an idea of the Germany-based Scholars’ Press? I have been sent an email from them in which they said they are interested in publishing my PhD dissertation. Now that they saw my work...

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Comment on Bell Press Now on Beall’s List by Gerard Anonmyous

How do we get ‘em team? Should we send in a hit squad of European nerds to take them out? Blind them with laser pointers?

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Comment on Publisher of Two Journals Sells “Best Paper” Awards by Reviewer

I sent an email to a couple of the people in the Editorial board. They did not know anything, of course. This journal is seriously bad, although on the hilarious side…

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Comment on Lambert Academic Publishing: A Must to Avoid by Robert Piche

A big problem with LAP is the excessively high price they charge for the books. Those who are interested in convenient self-publication of a thesis or textbook should consider some other...

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

Scholars Press is an imprint of VDM Publishing, the same company that owns Lambert. The Wikipedia article here gives a good summary: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lambert_Academic_Publishing –Jeffrey...

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by Craig Boman

After a quick google image search, the photo is obviously cropped from the Bay Area College of Nursing. http://bayareacollege.net/programs/nursing-assistant/

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by Craig Boman

The photo is obviously cropped from the Bay Area College of Nursing. http://bayareacollege.net/programs/nursing-assistant/ But the image appears to be a stock photo, on multiple other nursing related...

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by Yurii

Dr. Morris Maduro is a real person in the U.California, Riverside. I wonder whether he is aware of being on this list

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Comment on Appeals by chikumamu

thanks for the reply sir please see JOURNAL OF EVOLUTION OF MEDICAL AND DENTAL SCIENCES http://www.jemds.com/ i think its a predatory journal, the journal publishes articles almost every day. thanks

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by Nils

So it appears Dr. Alabama Birmingham is missing from the Editorial Board.

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by midgardarts

I think it’s a stock image, but yes, pulled from other pages. It’s used here as well:http://www.newbridgecollege.edu/los-angeles-medical-assistant-training.php

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Comment on New Health Care Journal Presents with Pathologies by Jurgen Ziesmann

Here is the (possible) source: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_44s130Nym0Y/TLfCDemor7I/AAAAAAAAAQg/Ap5ixpKzLoQ/S1600-R/Header+(2).JPG

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

This publisher has a serious problem with transparency, among other things. The address it gives is bogus; this is a mail-forwarding service address and not its real headquarters address.

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

[…] you protect yourself from predatory open access publishers?  Jeffrey Beall has made available a set of criteria you can use to determine whether a publisher is legitimate or predatory.    This can...

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Comment on Appeals by Jeffrey Beall

Thanks for letting me know about this journal. I agree — they do publish many articles. However, after analyzing this journal, I do not find it to be a predatory journal. If you disagree, please let me...

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Comment on Predatory Publishing News by Jeffrey Beall

Thanks. It wasn’t meant as a jibe against Elsevier, though. Kind of the opposite.

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