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Axact accused for issuing fake degrees

May 20, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Axact-world leading IT company gives employment to more than 25,000 employee. Rapid growth of Axact in the market and expansion of its business in a couple of years is a big question mark for the IT world. Axact can steal the attention of any employee by offering double the market salary topped with extra ordinary benefits. Moving forward with the unbeatable growth, Axact leaves its deep foot prints with many unanswered questions.

Involved In International degree Scam:  On 18 May 2015, New York Times reported involvement of Axact in providing fake degrees worldwide and generating ample amount of revenue through it. The network works with the dedicated team of sales clerks convincing people. Sometimes customers are well aware of fake degree and willing to purchase it through money and sometimes it caters the customer by pushing them to register themselves for a fake program which will never materialize or convincing them by saying that their life experiences are enough to earn them a degree.

Axact Response To the New York Times:

After several tweets against the company, Axact was compelled to respond against it. Axact replied as

“Axact condemns this story as baseless, substandard, maligning, defamatory and based on false accusations and merely a figment of imagination published without taking the company’s point of view. Axact will be pursuing strict legal action against the publications and those involved.”

Axact further claims that Express Media group is the partner of New York Times and responsible for publishing express tribune in Pakistan. Due to the emerging success of BOL, Express channel was insecure and in collaboration with New York Times they published this fake news. They further responded that all the ex-employees mentioned in the report of NYT are all imaginary characters to hurt the image of Axact.

Thus Axact has denied all the charges on it and the lawyer of the company submitted letter to New York Times for publishing fake story.

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