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Monday, October 18, 2010

Fake SPAM by Russian Affiliates











On September 1st of 2010, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office issued a Notice of Default to Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Per Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 55(a), the default is evidence of and a legal admission that **ALL** allegations against Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. and its various collective members are true. The legal admissions cast serious doubt about the integrity and the legitimacy of the relationship between the Idaho State Dept. of Education, The Association of Washington School Principals, The American Academy, LLC, and the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. (a/k/a The Northwest Accreditation Commission) and all members and persons associated with Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc. Federal pleadings assert these series of relationships are based upon accreditation fraud via trademark infringement, and deceit.

In October of 2010, Corrine Roberts, an employee of Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission, is suspected of submitting a perjurious declaration to an Internet Service Provider that claimed or implied the NWAC logo had federal protection, and was recognized by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. In fact, the NWAC logo is worthless and has not been registered with any U.S. federal agency.

It is possible that the NWAC logo has protection in the Union of Soviet Socialists Republics (U.S.S.R.) , a/k/a Soviet Union. It is also possible that the NWAC logo has protection in Communist China, or North Korea.

Nonetheless, no U.S. federal agency has recognized the merits of the NWAC trademark or logo as of the post of this report.

These series of stunning legal defeats have left the operators of theNorthwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission,and the Idaho State Department of Education in a very deseperate position. Unable to stop the NAAS campaign media campaign, they have resorted to recruiting Russian operatives to mask the IP addresses and mail servers of perceived affiliates of NAAS, and send out bogus emails encouraging email recipients to provide confidential banking information. Emails may even appear to come from respected companies like CitiBank, Bank of America, etc.

This SPAM is a direct consequence of the legal defeat and exposure of the national accreditation schemes operated by the Idaho State Department of Education in conjuction with The Association of Washington School Principals, and Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., a/k/a/ The Northwest Accreditation Commission.

Sincerely,
NAAS Publishing team

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