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So what the catch with diploma forgery?

2 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 03:14
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Having the paper means literally nothing. The school would normally have a record of your graduation, and others would check that to see if you had the degree or not. No one cares about that little piece of paper except there holder.
7 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 05:46
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You know that Manga called Re:Life As a child she moved around a lot because of her parents job, and thus could never keep friends, and the mental toll it took her to keep making new friends and lose them made her stop trying, she eventually became a loner with bad social skills and despite being skills kinda failed at life. She was approached by a company that gives you pills that make you a teenager again (temporarily) so she could go back to High School to relearn the parts of her personality she needed to succeed i.e. sociability.
8 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 06:03
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For literally anything else, forged diploma would probably work, but for school related shit, no way. Schools will need to have your transcripts, and they'll show you didn't graduate. Just get a GED if you want to get into college earlier, you can do it in like, one day.
9 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 06:19
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I am not going to talk about high school.
I am retired now, maybe had ten different jobs in my career. All required a college degree, which I did have. Only one ever checked, and got transcripts. Faking your college degree is rampant in corporate America. Look at Melania, they still can’t decide if she has a degree or not. College is a big scam.
13 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 08:18
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Lololol
If you think you're smart enough for college you should be able to pass the free GED test

Wayyyyy easier than forging
14 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 09:25
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Get a fucking GED. Retards like Chris Chan can get them.
18 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-28 13:36
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they can check that easily by sending your document (in an email) to a high school/university and then they can say if it's real or fake. That's how it's done here (Europe) and if you're caught, then the university is legally obliged to sue you.

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