I just paid today grant town university a fees by Amex for a Phd and I come to read that Grant Town is fraud university on just answer .How can I stop my payment and is it true that its a fake univesrsity ? They charge me 2200$ and took my cards numbers and expiry dates.They do have all information.What shall I do?Thanks
But can you let me know if Grant university is a fake university before I call Amex accordingly.
Dear XXXXX, What is the full legal name of the university and also their address? Are you going to be working on your PHD degree for several years with this university? What are they offering to you related to a PHD?
I dont know the legal name the univesity name isXXXXX telephone number is XXXXX
I am not going to be working on PHD, I paid for my PHD Certificate and they will send it to me to Doha-Qatar by DHL its the equivelant of my years experience .
Dear XXXXX X XXXX, This is an absolute scam, as the diploma's / degrees that you will receive are from non-accredited "college" and are generally not worth the paper they are printed on and could not be used for any type of professional or academic advancement. I wish you the best of luck!
then i Have received this email.
This email is in regards XXXXX XXXXX orders GTU-34649 and GTU-34648 that you placed with Grant Town University for the amounts of 1100.00 and $1100.00 . We are a 3rd party billing company for Grant Town University. Your payment is on hold as it requires further verification. You are required to send the following documents ( in color ) or two separate six digits transaction authorization codes from the bank in order for us to clear your payments:
1. A clear scan of front side and back side of the card that you have used for payment 3744 XXXX XXXX 2002
2. Any one of these documents (National ID card/Passport/Drivers license)
You can send the required document at XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX. Once the required documents are received and successfully verified, your order will be processed.
Regards,Jake HallUniversal Academic Serivces
So I should call Amex immediatly right?
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