Monday, 21 October 2013

SPAM from TAYLOR and FRANCIS. It is time to send a pseudo-paper (bogus) to TAYLOR and FRANCIS. Maybe they will accept it.

"Taylor and Francis" publishing company send us COMMERCIAL SPAM every week.
I wonder why? These people damage their image with this continuous aggressive spam.
It is time to send a pseudo-paper (bogus) to TAYLOR and FRANCIS. Maybe they will accept it. Taking into account that IEEE has published already more than 85 fake bogus SCIgen papers and IEEE has removed 157 fake conference proceedings from IEEE Xplore ELibrary we can consider that Taylor and Francis has accepted more fake papers (SCIgen of course)

The annoying SPAM from Taylor and Francis was this:
Taylor & Francis
Article Publishing Charge waived for Open Access Week

Dear Colleague
We are delighted to invite you to submit your manuscript and publish in Systems Science & Control Engineering: 
An Open Access Journal with no Article Publishing Charge (APC).

To mark International Open Access Week and the 10th Anniversary of the Berlin Convention, Taylor & Francis and Routledge are waiving the APC on a range of Open Access Journals. This means any article you submit between 21st October and 20th November will be charged no fee for publication if accepted.
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We look forward to receiving your article.
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Ben Hudson
Computer Science & Engineering Journals
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Brunel University, UK

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1 comment:

  1. I found this paper in Springer Verlag:
    You can download the full paper from this link:

    As you can check the IEEE Data Base (IEEEXplore) contains at the moment more than 85 crappy papers (coputer generated garbage).

    Before that, IEEE had removed 157 (one hundred and fifty seven — no 1 or 2) conference proceedings from its IEEEXplore repository as fake and bogus. Many people paid the registration fees (700 or 800 USD) to have their papers published in IEEE Xplore. They had them for a while and then IEEE deleted these fake conferences proceedings.