Monday, December 12, 2011

An Invitation to Edit a Review Book for Research Signpost

...and we'll only charge you $899!!


Research Signpost

Publishers


December 12, 2011


Official E-mails: editorpandalai@journals.academicpursuits.us, OR Personal ID: rsp.editor.pandalai@journals.academicpursuits.us


Websites: www.ressign.com/home.aspx , www.trnres.com , eBooks: www.signpostebooks.com

Tel: 0091-471-2452918, Fax: 0091-471-2573051


Dear Neurocritic, Related titles can be found at:: www.ressign.com/home.aspx , www.trnres.com and www.signpostebooks.com ; UNSUBSCRIBE Option Given at the End


Research Signpost (www.ressign.com/home.aspx ), leaders in scientific publishing with over 2500 titles of merit, invites you to:


Edit a Conventional Hard Copy, Hard-Bound Review Book in your area of specialization in Neurobiology Research.

The details are given at: www.trnres.com/invitation.html

We will send you the step by step instructions once you evince your interest.

{NOTE from The Neurocritic -- Here are the details:

"We will also be sending alerts to about 5000 scientists working in your area of research internationally to make your work more visible. To support the Open Access e-Publication, a total charge of U.S.$899/- will be levied for a whole book up to 150 pages."}

Kindly consider the same and let me know.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. S.G.Pandalai

Managing Editor.

Neurobiology Research List.

To UNSUBSCRIBE, please hit the reply button and send the mail back with the subject line: ‘UNSUBSCRIBE- Neurobiology Research’

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Dear Dr. S.G.Pandalai,

Thank you for your kind offer, but I will have decline to pay you $899 for editing a review book for Research Signpost.

Regards,
The Neurocritic

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4 Comments:

At December 12, 2011 11:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I get this shit all the time. Not sure it's the case with this message, but it's extremely annoying how pubmed is increasingly used to send spam and phishing (e.g., conferences in China) to scientists. Something as simple as showing emails as graphic images in search results would solve much of the problem.

 
At December 14, 2011 3:50 AM, Blogger NiroZ said...

This is a fairly common con for all types of authors. The tricky ones say it's free, but then charge your absorbent rates to buy hardbound copies of your book for friends and relatives.

 
At December 15, 2011 2:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Me too. I get a lot of crap from China too. Invitations to organize symposia at bogus conferences or contribute to bogus journals.

 
At July 27, 2012 1:51 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I was offered to pay $1900 for editing the same length, does that mean (1) they value my future book less than yours (2) They think you're a little bit on the cheap side (3)from my name or something they can tell I'm quite the sucker or (4) it's all random anyway?

 

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