Why I left Axact: The inside picture

Published: May 20, 2015


PHOTO COURTESY: FORBES Once a customer pays, senior agents call him asking for more money for attestations from embassies or shipment charges. PHOTO: THE NEW YORK TIMES

While Axact claims to be the world’s leading IT company as suggested by its slogan, most of its office floors (at least in Defence) are occupied with agents, who operate in the Middle East region luring Arab/international individuals with certified US degrees on the basis of their professional experiences.

These degrees range from Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD (Axact even prepares a thesis for you, if you don’t have enough time or skills!).

Agents are advised to use Bayt.com or LinkedIn as a source to find customers, who are in turn told that either of these organisations forwarded their profile for consultations.

As a matter of fact, while I was working at Axact, Bayt.com – the largest job search engine in Middle East – warned Axact not to use their name as a source. We were then advised to use LinkedIn or else manipulate the script somehow.

Axact agents tell customers the main reason why big corporations do not hire them is the absence of a degree that they can get while sitting at home.

The script read like: “You don’t have to take classes or listen to online lectures, or take pains for admissions and other documented procedures. Just log on to our university website and our Senior Academic Officer will enrol you. It takes less than five minutes and you receive internationally certified/attested degree within a couple of months solely based on your professional experience.”

Indeed, there is no criterion for professional experience of the applicant. You may even get a PhD degree with as minimum as one year of experience. It is all situational and manipulative. The only thing that matters is paying the enrolment fee, and then continuing to pay until your accounts are squeezed dry.

Once a customer pays the enrolment fee, he is in the trap. Now, senior agents (closers) would call him from time to time asking more and more money for attestations from embassies concerned and/or shipment charges.

It was quite an embarrassing and decisive day for me to quit Axact when a customer was probably fed up with paying extra attestation/registration fee. The senior agent asked him to wait for a moment so they could bring Mr ABC from the Egyptian embassy on a conference call to guide him further as to why that attestation was mandatory.

Indeed, there was no one from Egyptian embassy. Rather, it was one of senior Axact agents who spoke like native Arabs. He sat beside the agent who was already on phone and pretended to be talking from the embassy. They ultimately got him to pay more for that attestation.

This is one out of hundreds of calls each day.

As for the universities that offer degrees on basis of professional experience, they all are virtual and have no physical address though they appear to be located in the US (and so do the agents tell the customers). According to the NYT report, these university websites are registered in Cyprus and Latvia.

The punch line for all this business is “a degree solely based on professional experience”. An idea that dates back to the end of World War II, when many retired soldiers were jobless and the US government issued special provisions allowing soldiers to obtain academic degrees on basis of their experience.

Whatever I have said above is, I say on oath, 100% true. I have tried to give a neutral inside picture and want the readers to decide whether it is legal or not. This is what has been going on at Axact for years.

I left Axact within a month of my joining the sales department. According to the agreement, we were bound not to disclose the nature of our job as people generally cannot understand it.

Today, all I want is proper investigations that can declare this creepy business as legal or illegal and take action accordingly since it is a matter of Pakistan’s reputation in the entire world and it is about education, the holiest of human professions.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 20th, 2015. 

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Reader Comments (73)

  • waqas
    May 20, 2015 - 9:40AM

    Only 1 question comes to mind. Why were you silent for all these days, if you know something is fishy?Recommend

  • resilient
    May 20, 2015 - 10:33AM

    Axact’s controversial business has been in limelight in newspapers and had become open secret as word of mouth to many people in karachi. but the bigger surprise is what went wrong to all of sudden grab Axact as if law enforcement agencies for waiting for NYT article for action.

    It was also widely presumed that Axact was a cyber wing of spy agency. It can’t keep on working unnoticed so maliciously for 10 years or even more. We believe there is also some truth in news that Axact initially started business by selling porn. later they came to this fake degree business.Recommend

  • Ahmed
    May 20, 2015 - 10:38AM

    The main reason people are willing to work is amount of money they are getting every month, or we can say Unemployment in Pakistan is leading people to work in such organisations.
    They are paying on an avg 35000 to 45000 a month starting package to graduate students, Which companies pays more than that as a starting package plus perks they offer.
    we students are paying so much fees on our studies and what we get around 20,000 a month, we spend millions and how much time it can take just to cover up the cost of our study programs.
    Its a sad truth but students are Majboor to do such jobs. Recommend

  • muhammad ziad
    May 20, 2015 - 10:56AM

    Thanks for sharing the inside workings of Axact. I must say what a pathetic sales pitch you guys throw at the customer and can imagine the types of people who get trapped. They are the same breed who fall for the Nigerian scams.

    Sales is about passion and honesty. I have worked in the cold call industry for several years and never came across a single moment where I have to lie to secure a sale. I worked for a company who would insist to add urgency In your pitch which is the key to sale. In every multinational cooperation you are taught to add a story for the customer to buy now rather than later, this is reiterated twice to close the prospect. If one has the passion to sell and the confidence enough then he can sell without even creating a fake story.

    Companies who sell fake products, sales over credit card (all call centers) , cannot prosper on the basis of lies as a salesmen would never believe in the product he’s selling. I specifically sold summits (a platform to bring industries together for business) in a reputable multinational company. I have seen the importance of having such a product and have sold in markets like Europe and US products worth $15000, all genuine authentic and legal summits bringing two groups on industries together in a one to one meetings. None of the companies in Pakistan operate on this level not do they benefit Pakistani economy.

    Those educated lot who worked at Axact ought to be punished with a minor sentence just to make them understand what they get for defaming Pakistan, working for money, concealing truth and moreover bringing a bad name to the sales industry overall. Recommend

  • Fawad
    May 20, 2015 - 11:14AM

    I can smell conflict of interest here. Although i do not know how lega/illegal was the work done by Axact, but Express Tribune giving it a headline for the 2nd consecutive day shows that their real concern is not the legality but the tv channel that they were about to air.Recommend

  • May 20, 2015 - 11:19AM


    ET did a story on Axact a while back but Axact had it taken down through the Sindh High Court. Besides people always come out when something is being discussed nationally (and in this case internationally). Recommend

  • Riaz Haq
    May 20, 2015 - 11:27AM

    Please don’t fall for such stories, Axact is the pride of Pakistan, showing the world that Pakistan is actually a world leader in IT and Software, the entire NYT story looks to me like some conspiracy by neighbouring foreign country’s agencies who’s IT companies were afraid of the rise of Pakistan as the world’s IT superpower. Recommend

  • Akram Durani
    May 20, 2015 - 11:28AM

    How is that even relevant? He blew the whistle and that’s what matters. I hope Axact meets its deserved death.Recommend

  • Mohammad
    May 20, 2015 - 11:31AM

    this is extremely lucrative to have a degree based on the experience and somehow it should be acceptable. I have people who are capable of more than a mechanical engineer but do not have degree.

    Due to nature of my job, I also can’t take regular classes but want to enroll in a university where I can study from home instead of on campus, of course I would love to be on campus but than I will loose my job. But, before enrolling I make sure the university is physically located, it has a campus, hostel facilities, phone numbers of the location and listed on prominent websites and government entities.

    Also, one need to check if the degree is attested by internationally recognized education bodies.Recommend

  • billy
    May 20, 2015 - 11:31AM

    because Axact tends to imprison people or to sue them or to send legal notices to other offices, threatening to sue them if they hire such and such person. There’s nothing much a low-end person can do but to stay silent. Recommend

  • LoveAmerica
    May 20, 2015 - 11:33AM

    NYT rules us, we love you america,, Please highlight some other important issues like energy crisis, Corruption, Adulteration of consumer goods, health facility, etc….Recommend

  • Aazer
    May 20, 2015 - 11:41AM

    @Riaz Haq:
    Giving fake degress is being pride of Pakistan???? Recommend

  • Anwaar
    May 20, 2015 - 11:46AM

    @waqas cuz everyone is scared thanks to the lawlessness in this society … just like you would have been if were in the author’s shoes … and trust no one would have paid heed to him .. everyone is listening now cuz its the NYT that accused Axact Recommend

  • Baseer Khan
    May 20, 2015 - 11:53AM

    Since the author worked in exact so nobody can tell us better than he did. After reading the article in NYT, I logged in to one of the Universoty wesite they mentioned in the article. Yo have more information, I clicked on Live Chat and to my surprise a Professor with some English name was online in few seconds instead of some agent and it looked agents fake but I continued and he told me all the author has explained. He offered me degree without any wts dies based on my professional experience and he mentioned it will be attested by the Government of USA and the whole process won’t take more than 2 months. I’ve saved the chat transcripts and have the emails that professor sent me. At the end, I took a deep breath and said What an Idea Sir Ji….Recommend

  • Ayesha
    May 20, 2015 - 12:10PM

    The MBA from renowed IBA Karachi, Shoaib Ahmed Shaikh “SAS” CEO of Axact has sent “SOS” to thousands of young Pakistani employees. What a crime and feel pity!Recommend

  • WS
    May 20, 2015 - 12:12PM

    Cheap tricks being employed to distract from the real issue which is whether Axact is a legitimate company or not. I don’t know why we are upset that NYT broke this story and we have to drag in american imperialism into this to make it conspiracy theory. Its simple, if Axact is guilty then they should be punished accordingly.Recommend

  • AMR
    May 20, 2015 - 12:14PM

    No doubts on the dubious business of AXACT and thanks to NYT for unearthing it and giving a chance for others to endorse the same. The apparent business of AXACT is the IT application much like the umpteen other companies in PAK. How come their profit is high enough to the point that there are considering building the strongest media group in PAK. Recommend

  • Ali S
    May 20, 2015 - 12:19PM

    People should check out Axact’s entry at Glassdoor.com (an employer rating website). There are several reviews from as far back as 2012 where former employees mention the company’s fake degrees business and unethical practices. It’s these things which make it hard for Pakistanis to get their credentials recognized abroad. Recommend

  • Ali S
    May 20, 2015 - 12:19PM

    People should check out Axact’s entry at Glassdoor.com (an employer rating website). There are several reviews from as far back as 2012 where former employees mention the company’s fake degrees business and unethical practices. It’s these things which make it hard for Pakistanis to get their credentials recognized abroad. Recommend

  • Nowsherwan
    May 20, 2015 - 12:20PM

    Bravo for finally speaking up!Recommend

  • May 20, 2015 - 12:34PM

    In 2005, when i started my career, the fresh Software engineer rates were 15-25k Pak Rs.
    My senior told me that there is a company AXACT who are hiring fresh with 50k Startup salary and a car. We discussed that something is fishy and sooner there was a news in Ummat about AXACT doing porn websites business. It seems they moved to a bigger business after that. Meanwhile i have hundereds of IT field friends and no one knows exactly what AXACT do :)Recommend

  • wallis
    May 20, 2015 - 12:38PM

    Some people say that why such people were silent for such a long time?

    Do you think “Axact” is a small or medium size Company that will allow you to speak against it?

    Pls read this article, he said that they were bound not to disclose any work of this Company .

    Such big and huge Companies that have Multi Million dollar business, will obviously have strong connections in Legal departments.

    I think people must use their common sense before questioning others. Recommend

  • wallis
    May 20, 2015 - 12:41PM

    Well this news report is on one side, just imagine how will this news effect the careers and profession of those lower employees of this Company who didn’t knew about this activity?

    Their might be many students in Pakistan who were were employed in this Company, so what job market will they have?Recommend

  • SSM
    May 20, 2015 - 1:08PM

    While selling fake degrees is deplorable, its still not as disgraceful as institutions who sell legitimate degrees that aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. The customers of Axact can hardly be held blameless for defrauding their employers.
    Secondly persecuting the legimitate parts of the axact empire for acts of fraud commited by the education sector is very myopic.Recommend

  • Another reader
    May 20, 2015 - 1:18PM

    @wallis, exactly my point. Is anyone even thinking how much this whole dirty politics is affecting the employees at Executive level who graduated from nothing less than LUMS/IBA/Szabist?Recommend

  • NS
    May 20, 2015 - 1:53PM

    no one has the right to play with anyone’s future. i think media went a bit far ahead in publicizing this story but that is what our media is! we flash headlines and breaking news one after another as soon we get our hands on some big fish. Whether its media war to stop the a new channel from surfacing or some other agenda we should let go of conspiracy theories and seek out the truth. Ask any ex employee of Axact and they will tell you the same story about their unethical work. we should condemn such organizations so that others don’t follow them in making easy money quickly. its high time we punish the wrongdoers. Recommend

  • ali.B
    May 20, 2015 - 2:06PM

    People disqualified in an job attempt at Axact, spread the rumors of Porn business in anger.. many of them i know, the geo media group has been leading the news media again and all this instant media hype against axact has many benefits to the Geo, they have been fighting a trademark case in US courts on name of Bol news network and Bol the movie name of geo films, such jaan k geo…!! looks like all the channels are blindly (may be without realizing) working on GEO’s agenda in Pakistan…Recommend

  • Talking Point
    May 20, 2015 - 2:08PM

    @Aazer: Add the fake passports and fake driving licences carried by a PIA steward and you get a good picture of an IT savvy superpower that Riaz Haq is gloating about. Recommend

  • Another reader
    May 20, 2015 - 2:24PM

    Punish the wrong doers but NOT the ones who have nothing to do with the business or other departments of the same company Recommend

  • werewolf
    May 20, 2015 - 2:33PM

    Axact has become a target now mainly due to its channel. It is stated above that the employees even prepare a thesis for their client who do not have the skills or time to do it themselves. If this is illegal, I say arrest all the academic writers in the country! They are also doing the same as freelancers.Recommend

  • Arshad
    May 20, 2015 - 2:34PM

    It is shameful that this business was going since years and no one in Pakistan could identify it or may didn’t want to identify it.

    Yesterday I visited the axact website and observe the following:

    a….They claim they are ”better than the best” and show the logos on their webpage who they think they are better from (includes, IBM , DELL, HP, SAP, Microsoft and they even have IKEA in the list which all my life i was thinking it was a furniture company)

    b…..They say they have 40 million+ customers…..i read and said WoW….Did u?
    Interestingly there is no customer reference on their website . Out of 40 million, 10 customers wasn’t much of a task.

    c….They have a huge portfolio of IT products and services more than individual portfolio of MNCs like IBM, Accenture, DELL, HP etc but unfortunately not a single reference product of service specification listed,


  • ahsan
    May 20, 2015 - 2:50PM

    why no one is asking what American govt was doing all these years when it involves fake American universities ,fake john Kerry signature and many degrees and diplomas American people got from axacyRecommend

  • saads
    May 20, 2015 - 2:55PM

    when ppl are told exactly that they are getting degrees without learning or taking classes, within 5 mins and again they go for a degree then i blame customers equally responsible in this fraud. why they agreed to take degree in 5 mins? it could be fine for them if organizations would be accepting their degree then they wont have any problem and no guilty of buying degree with money.illegal things are there in this world because ppl who support illegal activities are present. if someone reject the offer of degree via payment then whom they would sell their fake degrees? and note western and middle east ppl are more interested in buying fake degrees and not Pakistan.Recommend

  • hassan
    May 20, 2015 - 3:20PM

    it all planned, planted controversy to defame bol tv which is abt to be launched. pml n.ppp, USA is involved in it. because bol tv is patriotic tv channelRecommend

  • saima
    May 20, 2015 - 3:24PM

    I dont see a reason to speak before. I knew everything as well but no one cared even though i tried to speakRecommend

  • saima
    May 20, 2015 - 3:26PM

    Very well saidRecommend

  • Zubair
    May 20, 2015 - 3:30PM

    Hmmmm… BOL can be a big threat to corrupt gentry of Pakistan.. what I guess all consperacy is to stop launching of the truthful channel which may play a key role to stop corruption in our country and may be they will show the real face of current politicians, therfore this all story came up just before launching of the channel. All media groups are attacking on prestige of BOL like they are paid and also they want to stop strong compitetor before coming on the ground.Recommend

  • NAK
    May 20, 2015 - 3:32PM

    Graduation from IBA doesn’t mean that you have a certificate of innocence.Recommend

  • Alizeh
    May 20, 2015 - 3:40PM

    Umm I don’t get why you didn’t write this article before the scam was revealed . You quit, that’s awesome,but not raising a voice earlier about what you experienced also makes you part of this big scam . Recommend

  • Alizeh
    May 20, 2015 - 3:41PM

    @Ahmed: so then students should kill, steal or commit any other immoral acts in the name of majboori?Recommend

  • Usman
    May 20, 2015 - 3:45PM

    And you never said a word? you are a liar. so is baseless stories of Tribune areRecommend

  • Umair Janjua
    May 20, 2015 - 5:03PM

    “BOL is a threat to all media houses including Express News, Tribune. End of story”
    P.S I don’t work for BOL/AXACT, neither a bread earner who works in this group i know.Recommend

  • Abdul Qudoos Khanzada
    May 20, 2015 - 5:14PM

    Go check Pasban Computers of Faisalabad. Could be a similar case.Recommend

  • Omar
    May 20, 2015 - 5:20PM

    Looks like everyone is trying to ride the wave. I won’t be surprised if more “good samaritans” come forward after all this time.

    Good to see hypocrisy is still alive and well in the Pakistani people.

    You people are pathetic.Recommend

  • Sana
    May 20, 2015 - 5:34PM

    Guys all other publications tried to expose Axact before but Axact flooded them with restraining & court orders. Around 200 cases are pending against Axact as well as the stay orders that they had taken to silence the publications.Recommend

  • Usama
    May 20, 2015 - 5:42PM

    i just want to say that in my personal opinion what AXACT did was no wrong. they never forced anybody to pay for the fake degree or anything. They only looked for the opportunity and banged it. This is totally business. And above all because of this degree based on experience if these people got a good job so i believe that they got their return over investment.
    If any company may have argued or reported that the employee in their firm is not having enough knowledge which he/she was suppose to be according to certificates/degree which he/she is holding then it was acceptable that AXACT did wrong.

    AXACT has a vision and i totally support them though i m not an employee of either Axact or Bol but i believe what they did maybe not acceptable by many but in my opinion it was just a business. Recommend

  • Farid Malik
    May 20, 2015 - 6:10PM

    @Riaz Haq: people like you are everything that is wrong with Pakistan. Open your eyes. Pakistan is no IT superpower.
    Given that this is all a conspiracy against axact, which it is not, what does axact do?
    Shoaib sheikh yesterday said the company is worth 20 billion dollars. What do they do? Who are their clients? What is their competitive edge? I request you to open your eyes. The truth is axact has no real work to its name. People In the IT industry knew of axact ‘s activities way before the nyt expose. Recommend

  • Mesquiteice (@mesquiteice)
    May 20, 2015 - 7:04PM

    @Riaz Haq:
    You always need a neighbouring country to blame for everything. is it. Also can you show one instance where Axact competed against other software companies for programming. Really sad to see your mindset of blaming others to cover your problemRecommend

  • fatwhiteamerican
    May 20, 2015 - 7:30PM

    @Riaz Haq:
    you sir are a true blessed pakistani the real face of pakistan and i must say pakistan’s future is soon going upwards way way up to a place where no one has ever been keep it up you go pakistan xDRecommend

  • Aviator
    May 20, 2015 - 8:02PM

    What a disgusting and discpicable bunch of people axact are, stealing millions from poor people around the world, I hope they are all locked up for a very long time!Recommend

  • Danish
    May 20, 2015 - 9:06PM

    What would you do if you are dying of hunger? Believe me, no one like to do that. Try asking yourself one question, what should an unemployed engineer, architect, chemist, physicist and so on, do to make both ends meet?Recommend

  • Rovbert201GB
    May 20, 2015 - 9:49PM

    Why did it take the New York Times to expose Axact?

    What were Pakistan’s own media and investigative journalists doing all this time?Recommend

  • mrs F
    May 21, 2015 - 12:04AM

    Around 8 years back i got a job offer from this company, but my teacher forbade our whole class to accept job offer from this company. Thanks to Allah we never joined it, Recommend

  • Sohail Rizki
    May 21, 2015 - 3:23AM

    People who do not live in the US or UK or their VISA application has been denied will not know that here in the US and in the UK we have so many universities that gives degree based on experience, and they do not need to know the detail of your experience.
    Two of the prestigious universities in America are Brown University (Ivy Leage) and other Stanford university, We have a university named Sanford Brown university in Houston, that has nothing to do with either of these universities and is in a small building and IS LEGAL here in the US. Recommend

  • Ali masood
    May 21, 2015 - 4:53AM

    An extract from a newspaper report on this case: “a welder in Dubai has been reportedly fired by his employer after the Axact controversy. According to him, he got the degree from Axact for at least US $7,000 which he paid from borrowed money.”….Recommend

  • Jamshed Dusty
    May 21, 2015 - 9:02AM

    ” Axact initially started business by selling porn.”

    Oh Really, wow !!!. Please get me a job at Axact. Who cares for fake degrees. Even my degree is fake. Degree, degree hoti hai.Recommend

  • Arslan
    May 21, 2015 - 9:54AM

    @Riaz Haq: That is funnyRecommend

  • harry
    May 21, 2015 - 10:22AM

    @muhammad ziad:
    Defaming Pakistan? Pakistan is known all over the world for terrorism, unemployment, corrupt politicians and leaders. What university graduates will do if there are no jobs in the market. Keep yourself in the same position then I will ask you how does it feels like. This malicious media campaign and this sick mentality is the reason no one wants to invest in Pakistan and people like you wants to live like slaves of your employers.Recommend

  • harry
    May 21, 2015 - 10:24AM

    @Akram Durani:
    what about the 10000 university graduates who are working there? You will offer them lucrative jobs Mr Durrani?Recommend

  • harry
    May 21, 2015 - 10:28AM

    wow poor people around the world, The people who attained the degrees did intentionally and axact was doing just business, axact did not forced people to get the degrees and did not fraud them.Recommend

  • Ramiz Frank
    May 21, 2015 - 12:03PM

    Axact is the fake degree making machine, just like ATM machine, in which you insert card and have cash on your hand! Recommend

  • Roger
    May 21, 2015 - 1:26PM

    @Riaz Haq:
    Pak Alumni?? I thought you knew a thing or two about IT. Apparently not.Recommend

  • Wallis
    May 21, 2015 - 2:18PM


    Talking big is not a vision, even I can stand and start giving lectures and bhashan, now does it mean I am good?

    Even many politicians of Pakistan are very good in speeches but practically have they really done positive or good for Pakistan?

    Don’t you think that such Companies that claim to have a business of Millions of US Dollars, how is it possible that by selling few softwares in the market ,they can become millionaire?

    Even Companies like IBM,Apple, Oracle and Microsoft which are considered giant Companies in the field of IT have not claimed so much ,although their softwares and products are world recognized and known.

    Can you show me one single product of Axact which has the highest rating on any software site ? Recommend

  • Mandar
    May 21, 2015 - 2:28PM

    @Riaz Haq:
    LOL really? By ‘neighbouring country’ u mean India. Indian IT industry is afraid of Pakistan IT industry? R u joking boy? India is one of the leading players globally in IT already. Also, if AXACT is indeed a ‘global IT’ player, how much revenue it earns and from what? It has never disclosed this. And never will. What are it’s products and services? (apart from fake degrees) Ppl like u who support it are exactly the ones whom Axact traps and gets money from. Recommend

  • Saqib
    May 21, 2015 - 2:48PM

    it’s our common problem to convict the accused on 1st moment, my dears plz wait for investigation , don’t decide on preliminary info, courts are here to do.we need to control our Impatience and media must not create hype. let’s see what’s is in store for company. this is not the one case but “tip of the iceberg”. Recommend

  • Rida
    May 21, 2015 - 3:27PM

    I must say that those who are just thinking Axact innocent or just a business are actually the worst one thinkers bcz Axact is snatching the position ov deservers..
    They must be punished for soo long to defame our Pakistan as well.. Actually Axact did too wrong! Recommend

  • Imran Ali
    May 21, 2015 - 3:56PM

    This guy’s voice wouldn’t matter if the story was not published in NYT…. wo kehtay hain na, dair aya drust aya. We have to learn from this. Many things are not right with our specific society. Recommend

  • ibs
    May 22, 2015 - 12:58AM

    I understand Axact could be a shady business but I seriously smell something fishy here on the ET side. There seems to be a SERIOUS conflict of interest and a a personal vendetta against them!Recommend

  • Rizwan Sohaib
    May 23, 2015 - 1:41AM

    By the way, who are you? I tried to search your name and could not find on LinkedIn, can you show your professional profile? I could only find your name on different forums where you have posted this same copy-paste story. You may be right, but it will be nice if you have some professional profile as well to show.

    Or may be I don’t know if you now create a profile and show it to me on linkedIn. Axact might be doing all this scam or whatever, we have heard a lot about them in past as well, but as well I don’t know you!!!Recommend

  • Nadeem Alikhan
    May 23, 2015 - 2:01PM

    @muhammad ziad:

    Hi Zaid,

    I’d like to have your resume sent to me. I might have something wonderful for you.

    Best Regards
    Nadeem AlikhanRecommend

  • May 28, 2015 - 3:11AM

    Axact claims to be the “worlds leading IT company” and claim to have millions of customers for their software around the world. Then why do they not mention a single customer on their website? Why can I not find a single example of some company that use their software? The first thing an IT company does to attract new customers is give example of clients already using their software.Recommend

  • Sohail Rizki
    May 28, 2015 - 5:45PM

    I have tax preparation business, but I test accounting software, and I found it more profitable business, now will anyone ask me to show one tax customer. Who cares, I do what I like to do, it is my business. The problem is with Pakistani’s they do not have developed brain, because of malnutrition.
    Now, Axact, what is wrong with this certificate and degree business. We have hundreds if not thousands of websites that give degrees in any subject based on your experience, and they are LEGAL in the US and in UK and in SWEDEN, and in NORWAY, and in FRANCE etc.Recommend

  • Sohail Rizki
    May 31, 2015 - 8:24AM

    @Ali S
    which of your degrees is recognized abroad? None of your degrees is recognized overseas. Recommend

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