Jeff Moden (5/22/2014)
I always thought that testing facilities would at least check a driver's license for proof of identity.
They're supposed to. Either fake IDs that are good enough for this purpose (most testing centers I've been to barely glance at the driver's license) or bribes.
Hell, there are people who will attend interviews for you, proxy exam takers shouldn't be a huge surprise (though I suspect a rather small percentage actually use something like this, much lower than the number who braindump/bootcamp their way through cert exams)
I've had fakers and posers have someone else do their initial telephone interview, so no surprise on the interview thing. The proxy exam takers are a bit of a surprise but, now that you mention it, bribes aren't. I have been aware of "bought" degrees for a long time. Like I said, it's the reason why I don't even look at alphabet soup (or the absence of) on resumes especially since you can buy/fake resumes as well. The in-person interview tells all. :-D
It's a real shame ("disgusting" is a much better word) that people do this type of thing.
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