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The Axact scandal is once more in the news headlines using its international clients allegedly getting 'intimidating' phone calls from the business. While international mass media has raised words and only the subjects, Pakistani clients never have received much attention.
According to resources, more than eleven-hundred Pakistanis acquired paid for online degrees guaranteed by Axact-led colleges. Similarly, BBC acquired also revealed the multi-million-dollar con where more than 3,000 English citizens purchased imitation diplomas from Axact.
Dr. Aamir Liaquat is one particular Pakistanis who possessed applied for false levels online. The questionable anchor was students at Ashwood College or university. FIA unveiled that he previously requested the Bachelor's and Master's levels ever sold against student individuality AU-2006-12-92888.
Aamir paid the subscription payment on June 18, 2006, in line with the records.
Surprisingly, his better half had also requested an online level of Bachelor's level in Drugs & Surgery and Master's running a business Administration.
The fees for the Bachelor's and Master's certifications were paid on March 17, 2006, and March 28, 2006, respectively.
In 2005, Aamir was accused of experiencing imitation BA, MA and Ph.D. diplomas from an area newspaper. It had been later uncovered that he previously purchased diplomas online from Trinity College or university Spain. The school, however, divulged that they didn't concern any level to Dr. Aamir.