So in a serious case of “why was I right about this and not about something fun,” student loans are building up into the next (make that current now) big speculative bubble. As with any trend, there is spam sent attempting to capitalize on it. My notes are in italics.
Greetings, dear Rhuffman
That’s not a name, that’s a login id.
What’s the profit of higher education in Colledge?
College? Colander? Coleridge? WTF?
Is the diploma with higher qualification worth time and money spent for study? The difference in income is incredible…
Only one qualification? Difference between what and what??
Specialists with degree will always have higher salary and higher rating in labor market
Generalists, however, are screwed.
Difference in lifetime incomes of people with different education level was analyzed within the state program “Lifetime Earnings Soar with Education”
That was an about.com webpage, not a state program. Thanks for showing us your only source for this, though.
So do I need to read the rest of this now?
It was found out that specialists with degree or diploma have wages several times higher than employees without such a diploma.
Here are some simple and clear examples showing what income education brings
These are real numbers, which you can expect earning, if you contact us.
And, of course, if you pass this letter on to seven friends. If you don’t, then C’thulu will come to you in the night and eat your face.
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA – High school graduates can expect, on average, to earn $1.2 million in lifetime income.
BANCHELORS DEGREE – Those with a bachelor’s degree, $2.1 million over a lifetime
MASTERS DEGREE – People with a master’s degree earn $2.5 million
DOCTORAL DEGREE – Persons with doctoral degrees earn an average of $3.4 million during their working life:
PROFESSIONAL DEGREE – Those with MD or JD professional degrees (medicine, law) do best with an average of $4.4 million dollars in lifetime earnings:
Okay, why is the colon at the end there? Never mind. From the source linked above:
The report titled “The Big Payoff: Educational Attainment and Synthetic Estimates of Work-Life Earnings” (.pdf) reveals that over an adult’s working life, high school graduates can expect, on average, to earn $1.2 million; those with a bachelor’s degree, $2.1 million; and people with a master’s degree, $2.5 million.
Persons with doctoral degrees earn an average of $3.4 million during their working life, while those with professional degrees do best at $4.4 million.
So what are your thoughts on plagiarism in higher education?
The fact is that you have a wealth of experience in your sphere but no diploma confirming this. Do you want to change your life and social status? We can help you! In a month we will send you a diploma confirming your higher professional level.
Invest your money in diploma today, pay once and get profit for many years after.
That was the bait, and now for the hook…
Buy your diploma by calling us on: USA: 1-6-035-092-001 and Outside USA: +1-312-260-7939 and expand the horizons of your future.
That is how it ended, which is sloppy. NEVER let the last thing your mark sees be something anomalous; you should always leave someone you’re trying to fleece with something that feels familiar and right, such as a sincerely yours, [respectable name] [respectable title].
So what’s odd here? Why would a number inside the U.S. be broken up that way? To hide it from search engine results. I guess they got lazy with the second one (not that moving dashes around is industrious, but).
Anyhow, now that I’m done looking at the fail of the scam, I just want to express my deepest, fondest wish that if anyone finds the people perpetuating this scheme (which will only add to the pain and misery of the student debt bubble, which has been made even worse by the fact that ALL student loans can not be voided by either bankruptcy or death, not just federal ones – so do not get any student loan but a federally subsidized one, PERIOD), please smash the bones of their limbs with hammers. If you have an extra hammer, give a call. I’ll come help.