After considering buying a fake diploma and degree for myself, the founder of this site stumbled across a number of review sites, blogs, message boards, etc. She immediately question the authenticity of what she was reading. How could she tell if these comments were from real customers or business owners trying to hype up their own site? She started to piece together the concept of a legit review site where she’d allow actual customers to give real opinions. She decided to question three key areas in the buying experience. These are product quality, client support, and efficiency which includes turnaround and delivery times.
Areas could be rated on a 1 to 10 sliding scale. The percentages would be collected and tallied in real time, allowing us to provide current feedback on trends. This is important because businesses are constantly adding new employees and new equipment, and experiences from 3 months ago could alter greatly today.
The Process of Collecting Data?
When we first started to launch this new concept, we posted ads in Craiglist and other message boards, trying to find past or future fake diploma and degree shoppers. The ads basically said that if you were planning to buy or had bought fake diplomas, fake degrees, fake transcripts, etc, that we wanted to see if you’d be interested in taking part in a study. The truth is, the first time we ran the ad, we didn’t get a ton of responses. BUT in time, more and more people responded and within a few months we had complied a nice list.
We originally ran polling through a third party site called “pollsetup”. Just like now, customer names were documented but full details on each sale were listed anonymously. We did this to protect customer’s privacy which increased the number of people willing to take part in the polling. In time, more and more customers submit their own feedback through our site. Each day we get tons of requests which are sorted through, checked for authenticity and then processed.
What were some questions asked in the polling? Good question. Some examples may be: “Were you able to reach a support rep during normal business hours?” to “Did you find the company was available when you needed them?“. Other questions addressed value such as, “When you initial received your diploma, did you feel as if you overpaid for the item?“.
If during the polling, they stated they purchased products from other sites or know others who had, we would ask, “how would you rate the value of the diploma you received from this fake diploma supplier with others?” In the end, the final and probably most important question being asked was simply: “would you ever see yourself buying from this company again?” The data returned for that question, presented the results for our overall rating and the top site in the entire bunch.
What was the most surprising piece of data you picked up for your diploma review site?
With so many of the negative things that we had read about fake diploma sites online, we were shocked to find that 61% of shoppers (believe it or not?) said that they would return to same the company they bought a diploma from originally to buy another someday. Of course, this does show that 39% were not happy or dissatisfied with their purchase. Still, the odds are in your favor that you will be pleased more than upset when buying a fake diploma online.
We just found that worth noting since the majority of reviews on boards and forums are often so negative. What this proves is the majority of customers, although happy do not tend to open up about their experiences with others. While those who are unhappy (although a smaller percentage) will gladly do so. In the end, you should question most feedback you read and realize that not all fake diploma sites are scams or will give an unfavorable experience.
What about Sites That Are Our of Business?
We’ve noticed over the years that a lot of businesses, in this industry, come and go. One minute their up and printing orders, the next their gone. Instead of erasing their past results, we keep the data on this site in case they ever decide to return. In the cases of new sites, data is collected once enough new feedback is gathered.
I Don’t See Reports on a Website I Want to Buy From?
Again as feedback is submitted, verified and processed, the data is posted. If there isn’t enough data meaning we’re getting 1-3 polls taken on a site per week, the final results may be withheld because it’s too little and can easily sway the findings. In this case, you can send us a message. I will go through what data I have on site A or site B and share with you the findings. My goal is to help consumers make smart decisions any way that I can.