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Federal authorities have charged a Connecticut man with selling fake diplomas in an elaborate scheme involving fake  school websites, fake accrediting entities and fake diplomas.  According to the United States Attorney's Office in Connecticut that has filed the charges, the man collected more than $5 million from individuals in connection with the diploma mill scheme. 
The man faces up to 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine if convicted.  The charges were reported by NBC Connecticut.

 


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