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QR code to stop phony degrees and diplomas.

In response to recent media reports which claim that overseas organisations are providing false diplomas from Australian educational institutions for up to $6500 each, the Chief Commissioner (ASQA), last Friday, reminded RTO’s that they have a responsibility to have “mechanisms in place to reduce fraudulent reproduction of its certification.”

Back in April 2014, we posted a video that shows one bulletproof mechanism that all but eliminates potential fraud. It is really great to see that this 'solution' has now made it onto the list of fraud prevention steps provided by ASQA.

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How To Prevent Certificate Fraud: Part 2

This video show you how a univerisal solution can be implemented by encrypting QR Codes and therefore restricting their use to an official smartphone app.

This would make it possible for anyone to verify a certificate within seconds, saving time and money. The solution is incredibly cheap to implement, and would work equally well on all certificates, whether they are printed on paper or exist digitally such as PDF's.

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How To Prevent Certificate Fraud: Part 1

This video will give you a close up look at how the Ammonite platform can prevent certificate fraud with a simple and cost effective solution.

Tip: Everyone using the Ammonite TOMS can simply enable this on their certificate by specifying where they would like the code to appear.
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Forgeries - Impossible to stop?

What document can’t be changed or fraudulently manipulated? The federal police have their hands full identifying and bringing to justice counterfeiters of the Australian currency for goodness sake. What chance do Training Organisations have at eliminating scanning, copying and manipulating qualification certificates?

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Certificate Verification Technology

Recently a customer using Ammonite's TOMS LMS went through an audit with ASQA. The auditor raised a question about the strategies the training organisation was employing to address the possibility of fraud with regard to their issuance of Statements of Attainment.

Statement of Attainment certificate

Which is the original, and which is the forged Statement of Attainment?

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