I’ve recently come across a newly shaped dubious publisher by stating fake impact factor in their https://juniperpublishers.com/gjo/ Global journal of otolaryngology and proved their address in addition as fake which were mentioned on their website.
Despite you can’t find their impact on Thomson and Reuter’s website and even having concrete evidences of their job recruitment posts on their social websites (Images of their postings) have a look and make world aware and conscious about these types of predatory publishers.
Truly they are running out from Hyderabad, India and fooling people with their mass spamming emails request for paper submissions and asking for hidden payment after submission and their motive is to deceive researchers for money scamming with their fake names which wouldn’t find their profiles anywhere. Besides I tried to contact them over the phone and faced a South Asian with improper and unaccomplished English.
Impression: Greedy for Money by fooling researchers all over the globe.
Know more about predatory juniper publishers for over a week now. Predatory and mediocre journals are based on the model of open access publishing in which authors pay fees to have their work published online. However, unlike legitimate journals, they bombard academics with spam emails, accept almost all submissions and overstate the rigour of their peer-review processes. They also often conveniently neglect to mention publication fees until late in the process. Scam Alert! Juniper Publishers host one of the biggest fraud houses in the world of book and journal publication.
Now, recently had a really bad experience with Juniper Publishers and We wish to share this experience as a negative review so that more and more people can stay away from this publication house. Juniper Publishers being a group of highly unprofessional predatory publishers grew strong. Finally, after a week we received a call from an American number with an extension +1. The person on the other end of the line introduced himself as Ross. This time, he was speaking fluent English. This brought a sense of relief for a while.