A few years ago, a man came forward to claim that his dog Murphy received an acceptance letter for admission for a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Ashwood University, which is allegedly run by the bogus diploma-mill Axact.
The Axact scandal surfaced in May 2015 when The New York Times published a report that accused the company of selling fake diplomas and degrees online through hundreds of fictitious universities, making millions of dollars annually.
Murphy the dog had listed his life experience in biology as working in a medical lab, as he had gone for several veterinary appointments with his owner, reported leading English daily.
The dog’s owner goes on to share the acceptance letter which reads: “Congratulations Murphy! We are pleased to announce that based on your resume and your profile score calculated using the CPAAS profile evaluation system, the evaluation committee at Ashwood University has finally approved you for Bachelor’s Degree.”
It also states that Murphy is “among the five percent of candidates who qualified under the CPAAS profile evaluation system.”
CPAAS is globally renowned and patented evaluation system that performs detailed analysis of your resume, online profile, past accomplishments, and professional and educational background through proprietary global libraries and databases, it adds.
Other famous alumni of Ashwood include televangelist Aamir Liaquat Hussain, who admitted to the FIA that he held such a degree after they found his name on Axact’s server.