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some one ask me to add my Oracle java Certifications to his oracle Partnership account  RSS feed

 
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some one ask me to add my Oracle java Certifications to his oracle Partnership account



should i agree or refuse

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> should i agree or refuse

You should refuse.
 
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Jan Cumps wrote:> should i agree or refuse

You should refuse.



why ? is that illegal ?
 
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They will use it to pretend they have staff with that certificate to close a deal, while they haven't.
It's not appropriate.
For legality questions, you'd have to ask a lawyer
 
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Jan Cumps wrote:They will use it to pretend they have staff with that certificate to close a deal, while they haven't.
It's not appropriate.
For legality questions, you'd have to ask a lawyer



Thanks Jan Cumps
 
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Thanks for sharing this scam. The two clues this is a scam: the fact that a stranger is asking you to do this and to pay you for it.
 
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