How Long Does It Take to Become ASIC Accredited?

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How Long Does It Take to Become ASIC Accredited?

Postby worldtraveler » Mon Nov 17, 2014 3:48 pm

Over the last ten months, I have seen correspondence from someone that stated that he works as an agent for ASIC. He has sent the following email to at least four schools. What do the forum members think? is this legit? Thanks for sharing.

Date: Sunday, March 16, 2014, 11:36 PM


I am glad you are considering applying for ASIC accreditation!

I have been helping many schools achieve ASIC accreditation successfully.

The attached file says it all about ASIC and the process of getting its accreditation. You need to work with me to be able to achieve this accreditation very easily as I am very much familiar with the process and the ASIC management team.

The cost is only 11,500 pounds which you have to pay directly to ASIC upon receipt of their invoice.

I encourage you to get started today, and you will be surprised how you can earn this accreditation within 2 months! Attached also is the application form. Please note that you really don't have to fulfill everything on this application form at this time. You can provide the rest of the missing items at the time of your site visit.

When you complete this application, please e-mail it directly to me to forward to ASIC owner, as he is my good friend.

May I know the name of your school and where it is located?

Once you apply today, ASIC will invoice you tomorrow of 11,500 pounds, and once you have paid it, you will be schedule for your site visit at the time very convenient for you. It is that simple! I will also invoice you to pay me directly.

With my help, I don't see any reason why you can't earn this valuable and highly recognized accreditation within 2 months!

Lets get started now. I look forward to hearing from you.


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Re: How Long Does It Take to Become ASIC Accredited?

Postby Oregon » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:27 pm

Sure ASIC is a real British government approved accreditation. It is recognition of meeting a minimal standard and that the schools are offering something real for their money. The degree of respect that the accredited schools receive from mainstream academia is a subject for discussion.
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