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Brixton University / Scam degrees

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Please remember brixton university is also liars like ashwood and other universities, i applied online and they did not send me degree as well not refund and now they are not reply also so be aware.

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Ja
  12th of Sep, 2008
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http://www.bcdegrees.ca/index.php?Itemid=25&id=13&option=com_content&task=view i found this

An
  8th of May, 2009
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Actually, brixton is an accredited online degree university. The lectures speak for themselves, and I was very impressed with the service I received from Brixton.

Andrea Cooke
La, Ca

Ev
  17th of May, 2009
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who was that idion hacked email, password, , , , ,
i am eviasho, , , i got my degree from brixton university and its really great. i was very impressed with the international service from brixton.

thanks brixton

Di
  29th of May, 2009
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This is completely untrue and brixton university is an awesome place to obtain your life experience degree.

I know they changed their policy due to the fact that the payments were sent by fraudsters using a fake credit card, but they are the best/.


summer classes are either a good way to catch up and finish your bachelor degree online.
I met a co-worker and one night after work we went for a drink. This gal earns a salary in the mid six figure range, and I have been impressed with her from day one. Soon she told me the secret, she was a graduate of Brixton university, and online accredited university where got her life experience degree.
Wow, i thought I could get a bachelor degree online. So I checked out the web site, and ordered my life experience degree from Brixton. Within weeks I received my accredited degree from brixton university, and immediately got a promotion.
So you can waste time in summer classes or get your online arts bachelor degree, online masters degree or associated degree online. If you are techie, you can get that too.
Check it out at:

http://www.brixtonuniversity.com

Di
  29th of May, 2009
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Brixton University is an accedited institution. I am a teacher and lecturer at brixton university and must add that these negative comments are false.

You have any query, then contact them directly at: http://www.brixtonuniversity.com

Br
  23rd of Jul, 2009
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To all who have read this forum. It has just come to our attention that eviasho posted negative comments about Brixton University, however these are not the facts. Eviasho is completely unqualified, and demanded a degree.

Further he made payment using a fraudulent credit card, and was denied his application. He has done the same with Ashwood and other online universities, so it is shame that he would post such comments.

The man is obviously delirious, and expects to get something for nothing, especially when he is as dumb as can be with no qualifications and did not even complete high school.

Brixton Administation

Pm
  27th of Oct, 2009
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To heatherbirdlady:

I gather from your remarks that your position is that you cannot earn university credits for life experience.I am not familiar with the U.S.A. however in Canada there is such a program offered by most of our universities administered through the government.It is known as P.L.A.R.- Prior Learning and Assessment Recognition.One can be awarded up to I believe it is 60% of the credits needed to earn a degree provided one can substantiate their employment and experience.
As for being dangerous, perhaps depending on the circumstances.I was employed by Corrections Services Canada for 10 years posted to a maximum security prison as a C.O..There we had many different people from many walks of life and different countries employed as C.O.'s I found the older officers with little or no education to be quite adept at their profession.Whilst the younger ones with university degrees I might add were incapable of speaking English correctly, amongst many other deficiencies.
I presently teach English in China and I do not possess a degree of any kind other then a college certificate( not a degree in business) and a certificate from the Correctional regional Staff College.I also spent 3 years in the Infantry in the Canadian armed Forces.I work alongside teachers with and without university degrees and more often than not i find very little difference in the level of teaching.It comes down to " life experience" and the way in which one interacts with people.On both sides of the equation their are those that excel and those that fail.The qualification of a university degree in my opinion amounts to a piece of paper and is in no way indicative of the persons ability or intelligence. Just my opinion.

Peter

Sp
  28th of Nov, 2009
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brixton university is a scam. It has licensed from universities and even a commercial license. You steal money through paypal, also look at their site and clearly a scam.
In U.S. diploma mill can be understood as a company's commercial product released as a graduate, Brixton is nothing of the boys are making scams and print your own diploma ... does not exist. We warned the FBI because they operate in the U.S. with mailboxes in the UK and CANADA.

Special team international fraud

Sp
  15th of Dec, 2009
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Sp
  15th of Dec, 2009
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Dear Friends
Brixton continues to cheat.
Brixton University is a company under the name
Global Advantage, no longer have funds in different accounts.
Now we say the scam:

sell internet diploma

pay with paypal

they tell you that after days and you must repay
pay again

sends you an email with the reimbursement

After you get an email that there is no money in the account
for reimbursement

you write and they do not respond to mail

writes paypal and they do not respond to mail

no one gives back your money !!!

Sp
  15th of Dec, 2009
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Our investigators have uncovered important information in these hours on Brixton University; a name for the guarantee of payments to reimburse Mr. MOE Sormani, must live in Canada. Well banks related to international circuit of payments do not transfer their money because it does not |

Be
  18th of Dec, 2009
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ok...i'm going to say this to all of you. NONE OF THESE PEOPLE ARE ACCREDITED! the people they say they are accredited by are scams, as well (BOUA, ETC). do your research. i got my degree from actually attending college and working for it. if you want a real degree that won't get you into trouble, you need to go through school...at least in this country. it's illegal, and you need to go to school for degrees. it's as simple as that. there is NO way around that.

Be
  18th of Dec, 2009
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if a potential employer does a background check on you to check your credentials and other things (AND THEY WILL!!!), they'll find out your "degree" is a fraud. you'll not only not get the job, but you could lose jobs you currently hold if you tell them you have a degree you don't really possess. your credibility will be destroyed.

Sp
  12th of Jan, 2010
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brixton university is a scam

the university does not even exist at the virtual
will steal your money with the help of PayPal, there will nothing and then make a mock reimbursement that will not succeed. Paypal will not help you because it does not protect this type of product

The university is housed in a post office box in Canada, it is illegal by a Canadian company called Global is in charge of services.

There is no legal value in degrees, the site is of poor quality and the accreditation body was fake!

PAY ATTENTION steal YOUR MONEY

Da
  11th of Sep, 2010
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Special team international fraud my foot! what a bunch of crock, these are the guys who are probably the competitioon as they are all idiots or uneducated to begin with and if you need to get a life experience degree, then face the facts YOU ARE INCOMPENTANT!

Anyone who is smart enough to get an education can go to a local university, all others are [censor]in dumb illiterates or should i say a university or college dropout or reject.

rejects have no choice other thasn to get a life degree becuase they are too freaking stupid to be accepted at a school.

the guy who is sigining himself as bellitaliano is most certainly a loser illiterate, so are the other stupid [censor]s who cannot be accepted at a local college, so get yourself a life guys and stop the [censor].

Ma
  11th of Dec, 2010
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I have read many posts as this regarding life experience degrees. First of all, I wish to point out some very important facts about life experience degrees, accreditation and the candidates that are awarded these degrees. Many of these candidates that are awarded these degrees have obtained many years of work experience in the specialized degrees they seek, they have been accepted into colleges, and universities and have gone through rigorous course work and have accumulated a number of college credits, they may be working toward an additional degree or they may have for some reason couldn't finish their studies, or just don't have time to spend in a traditional classroom due to a hectic work schedule. Nonetheless, these candidates have paid their dues, and as a result, they choose to seek a life experience degree. This decision certainly reduces the cost of a traditional college degree.As for accreditation, and the existence of these online schools that offer life experience degrees through prior learning assessment. I will not leave out that some of these schools and their accreditation bodies may be fraudulent however, this is not the case for all of these schools I believe there are some genuine universities and colleges that offer accredited life experience degrees through prior learning assessment, and I wish to add that this is perfectly legal. You should visit the US Department of Education website, and review the process of accreditation you will learn that accreditation is a volunteer process. You will also learn that The US Department of Education does not have the authority to accredit secondary schools unless the school seeks recognition of the US Department of Education; it is then that the institution becomes recognized by CHEA and the US Department of Education. Many of these schools do not seek regional accreditation, and recognition by CHEA or US Department of Education. They seek private accreditation this process is perfectly legal, and I also wish to mention that accreditation is not a perquisite. I wish to also mention that it is a fact that the eminent and most respected Cambridge University of England is not accredited does this make this school less effective in its endeavors to provide the best quality of education? Of course not it's the oldest school in England, and revered as the best university world wide.
Finally it saddens me when I visit websites as geteducated.com, wiki.com and degree.net and read articles about pet dogs getting Doctorate degrees from a so called "diploma mill"(Universities, and Colleges that offer life experience degrees). When I read articles like this I conclude that the school is not at fault, but merely the wrong doing of a very convincing scammer who skillfully fabricated a resume making their dog appear humane, the scammer doesn't reveal the great lengths they took to make their pet dog look like a human applicant and candidate for a life experience degree. What these websites don't reveal is that accreditation is a volunteer process, there is no need for a school to be regordnized by the US Department of Education and CHEA, and gain regional accreditation private accreditations are perfectly legal. According to the US Department of Education a school has the legal right to develop a specific character of its own, which means that a school can create a standard and a designated curriculum and program of their own. This includes programs designed to issue life experience degrees based on prior learning assessment. To classify a school as a diploma mill because it has chosen a unique way of issuing degrees is wrong, and certainly shows how this new wave of education have aroused its competitors such as traditional universities and colleges that set long drawn out and overly priced standards for one to earn life experience credits.

Ka
  9th of Jan, 2011
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A few years ago, just messing around on the internet out of boredom, I checked out Brixton to see what these diploma mills were about. I applied, for the heck of it, to see what would happen. They sent me a congratulatory email, saying that my degree would be granted and to send payment via some entity that I had never heard of. (It wasn even paypal.) When, I politely inquired of them as to what that payment entity was, I got an extremely hostile, condescending, and childish reply that the payment entity was like a paypal method, and if I didn't know that, then blah, blah, blah, blasting me for politely inquiring before I sent my money. (Great way to get business, guys.) I politely responded, that they can keep their degree because their manner of response to a reasonable inquiry, was unprofessional and a redflag, in itself. Scary stuff. And, I agree with many of the previous posters- go to a real college and get a real degree. If you get caught, you will get in trouble. And, the very name Brixton University, itself, will raise eyebrows. I wouldnt even want a degree that says Brixton University on it, anyway. People will know, right away, that it is a scam degree. (And yes, I have real degrees- 2 Bachelors, 2 Masters, 1 doctorate from real U.S. Universities and med schools.) And, the positive comments, that also appear to be very childish and in the same tone as the Brixton administrative officials and happy customers, were probably posted by Brixton, themselves to counteract the negativity. What mature person calls others stupid, anyway? Only, someone who is on the defensive. Not a formally educated, legit, professonal and mature person. These are probably teenagers or very, very young adults behind the Brixton busines.

Ma
  21st of Jan, 2011
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"Life experience degree is ain't worth it, they are not accredited and a waste of money. " I think life experience degrees are valuable to experienced working adults that can't get a traditional college degree. Do you tell someone like the owner of Wendy's, Herrs potato chips, a self made millionare, and successful businessman/woman whom on great wits established his/her own success without a traditinal college degree that they have to go back to school for four years to learn what they already know. College is merely a preporation for the work place and its been proven that most people fresh out of college don't make it in the work force to which they received academic training, and a traditional college degree. Take Teachers for an example, many of them quit or they are terminated within the first five years due stress, and bad classroom management. College don't prepare teachers for the real world of teaching experience does. Don't get me wrong here I'm not telling everyone to bypass a tradional college, I say "do both" get a traditional college degree as well as a life experience degree.

Sk
  25th of Mar, 2011
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First off, Cal State Berkely gives "Honorary" degrees all the time, Tim Allen recieved one around 10 years ago, and it made National news. Second, according to the D.O.E., any college outside the U.S. is not recognized, even though Colleges have been around for alot longer than the country is old. Third, a prison inmate has never stepped foot in a trade school, or College, yet can recieve a Vocational Certificate or degree whilst incarcerated. Third, most degrees started being issued by churches not schools, since official schools started with churches something like 1000 years ago. I have a D.D., which used to be the Highest you could get, and an "Honorary" or "Life Experience" was the Highest of those, for the simple fact that the owner of such credentials, already has street and practical experience. I also have a Philosophy Docorate from Brixton University, "Honorary", which I wanted because those Christian Seminary boys are prejeduce against those who are not Accredited, and not Christian, I have as much a right as any other member of the clergy. I am a Taoist, who has been to 30+ countries, and 20+ states, who learned first hand not edited Heresay and propaganda like those seminary boys. Dumbass! DR. SEAN B. KELLY

Sk
  25th of Mar, 2011
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Not to mention the U.S. Wants to tax anything, there are only 5 Distance Learning Accreditations recognized in the U.S. I am surprised there are any, if you get an "Honorary" Degree or title, they loan you Financial aid and then tax your tuition through the school you attend, and tax you for the books and supplies you buy (which is big business), and they lose there research labs and guinea pigs. Also, like those seminary boys learned so much, they didn't even learn to turn the other cheek, which is a major part of Jesus' teachings, oh, and Jesus or the Apostille John wished good luck to Asia in Revelations, but thier accredited. Not to mention it is not illegal to use a certificate of acknowledgement or achievement on a resume, which is all we are talking about whether it is accreditated or not. It is Illegal to Impersonate a Medical Doctor, because you could kill someone. Not to Mention, to become an M.D., you only need to be a D grade student, and pass a bar, to become a ph.d. You have to do something "A" worthy that stands out, plus Hundreds of thousands at a school. For what, so that those who just had orgies and did drugs, married and Divorced thier College sweetheart (and are bitter about it), can get the same rights as those that excelled, and even worse, those who are already established. plus Doctor, only means Husbandry of knowledge in your field, and by deviding up so many catorgories of study, into as many as we have now, it's easier to become a Doctor than 200 years ago, even though we may learn more, them old Doctors deserve a ton of respect, because they had to wing it, without being able to turn to a book to find lifes answers. I bring this up to express, that they would not be Recognized as Doctors by todays, Medical and professional standards. My understanding is that there are 2 types of Doctorates, and a Research one is an academic one, and a Professional one is an "Honorary" one. So Dumbasses, What are your life, and educational goals, to coast through life according to mediocre standards at best (all non original), or to Live and experience life. It's like, to put in a language you campus thumpers understand, do you want a menage au twa, because you heard about it, or do you want a menage au qua because you wanted it, or to put another way, Are you just keeping up with the Jones' (because it's what ever changing pop coulture says to), or are you gonna take all that life has to offer. DR. SEAN B. KELLY

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